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Old 09-10-2019, 12:24 PM
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These are AMAZING! Highly recommend, two of these replaced 4 flourecent light banks.

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Lights are up, steel work and new floor is in place.
Lift table will be centered under the trolley rail and the new furnace will hang in the right corner over the workbench.
Have a few outlets to run yet on the left wall as well as plumb the air line back in.
Will probably hang an air reel under the center of the work bench and run a line down the left wall as well then over the door to the mill
The mill will set in the corner where it is now, have yet to get the head back on and wired.
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Old 09-10-2019, 10:33 PM
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lookin sharp!
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Old 09-11-2019, 05:10 AM
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Great looking shop!
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Old 09-29-2019, 10:51 AM
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I just bought some of these LED's off Amazon, very impressed.

80W LED Garage Lights, Deformable Garage Light with 3 Adjustable Wings, 8000LM, E26 LED Shop Light, Barn Light, High Bay Light, Ceiling Lighting Fixture for Warehouse (No Motion Detection)
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I have these in my shop. There very bright. They have 3 output levels. I keep them on the middle one since there to bright on the high level for me.

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Old 09-29-2019, 02:18 PM
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Wow!

That looks more like a showroom than a workshop.

Nice job.
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Wow!

That looks more like a showroom than a workshop.

Nice job.
Yes it does look like a showroom. Very nice. What product did you use for the floor? Was it very expensive?
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I hired it done, an epoxy system.
They first shot peen the floor, then spread the stuff w/a squeegee and roll with a paint roller and add the color flakes. In this case they were white, and black.

Next day, they vacuum up the loose flakes that are excess and spread the clear over what's left after cleaning up the loose flakes. This seals the flakes to the floor and covers everything leaving the sheen.

Not cheap
About $5/square foot.
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Your shop looks great! Now to get that floor dirty!
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