The workbench room has been a
little tight lately with several irons in the fire. I really
needed to dedicate some room for just the RC's.
After breaking out the slide rule and taking a few measurements
I decided on a full 4'x8' sheet of plywood to get started.
I used screws throughout (I was
really dying to use my pocket jig for the first time!).
I used lathe strips for the wall frame work, they worked out to
close to a 2"x10" scale. My buddy said, "wall studs, really?"
Yea.... something has to hold the wall board up!
No doubt about it, we're going to
need a window on this wall.
A stairway leading up to a
mezzanine of course and you might have also noticed I have cross
drilled holes on all of the wall studs, that should help a bunch
when it comes time to run the wiring.
So there it is all mocked up and
test fitted. Time to take it back apart...
I just couldn't pull the trigger
on a checkerboard floor, I know they are in vogue in some high
end speed shops but... c'mon they want to put me into an
epileptic seizure and most of us have just a plain ol' cement
slab or one that is sealed in epoxy. So there ya go.