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koof67



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Join date : 2013-05-18
Age : 51
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PostSubject: My Modelling Room   My Modelling Room EmptyFri Jun 07 2013, 14:58

Hi guys,
Here's a look at my area of frustration

The main bench. You can see on the right side of the pic a new benchtop out in the hall to replace the picnic table holding the paint booth. Just got to find some legs that suit

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Where the paint happens

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An easily made tool holder

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Home made paint rack

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The exhaust outlet from the paint booth. A piece of perspex with a hole cut into it put into the grooves of the sliding window

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Display cabinet at the moment full of the stash till I make some to fill the shelves

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Age : 68
Location : Brighton, Victoria

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PostSubject: Re: My Modelling Room   My Modelling Room EmptyTue Jun 11 2013, 23:29

Very neat workshop layout for those model creations.

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