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Home made is always the best, when I build the new work shop I might do a bit of a step by step of that maybe, might be funny.
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Go for it. It cost me $21US to make the Paint booth [heavy corrugated cardboard box from UPS, $7US]. I paid
$14US for the metal exhaust hose [6"]. I had everything else on hand.

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Here's mine:





I've changed some things since these were taken but, all in all, still the same.

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Awesome setup there Rob!!..    one thing though you know you cant show the edge of the stash and not a full shot of the said stash..   [wink]     need a nice pic of the stash!!!!    [smile]
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NICE space all round but I also agree that we need to see your stash. There is a thread here in general chat for shots of the stash.
Looks like you keep your area pretty neat? Takes all kinds to do the job. Mine is about 50/50. Thanks for sharing the pics!

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Reply with quote  #36 
Great set up Rob, am extremely envious![thumb]
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Heres my workspace. Corner of the dining room.

Desk was from Ikea £55, shelf also Ikea £15

I've got LED lighting under the desk to light up the storage drawers and my stash. Reference material is on the shelf to the right.

Compressor is hidden on the left and my homemade spray booth is on the drawer unit.

All in all cost me near £150 to get it to this

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Nice setup. well organized! those corners make good work spaces. best wishes.
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R. Tex

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Reply with quote  #39 
Here is my previous one






After a little upgrade



My old homemade spraybooth





My NEW MAN CAVE

work in progress 









and my home made SILENT COMPRESSOR (it's easier then you think...)



I still need to paint the PC casing black.....
But the red and yellow kind of reminds me of Iron man...... 





ALL FINISHED!!!!





new spray booth



the paint rack is 140cm by 80cm so it should hold a lot of paint!!





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R Tex,

Looks like you took some territory and made the very best out of it. Nice paint booth and compressor.
Its really neat inside that CPU case! Man cave indeed!!


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Ingenious use of the casing, kudos to you.
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After looking at all you impressive modeling benches I thought it was about time to build my own instead of working on the dining room table .
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Really nice setups! I really need to get me one of those GeaphicAir spray booths (but man they cost a lot - especially since I'll have to have it shipped to the US). I've found nothing like it in here though so I guess I'll have to save my pennies...
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Here is my work station its still under construction but starting to get there [biggrin]
[image]SDC12479[image]SDC12488Bue boxes got model kits in just need to unpack once i get a free moment
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1/48 Airfix BAE T1 Hawk will this ever be finished
1/100 Tamiya BAC Lightning Mk6 (Group Build)
1/144 F16 (Filling in the gaps while waiting for the others to dry)
1/48 Kitech Type 90 tank (something different will be watching Bobby's video again )
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Alec,
Looking good. Everything is right in front of you for the most part. Sturdy looking bench. Looks like an attic space? My last and best "Man cave" was a finished attic room. Hope you enjoy the space and being able to keep your hobby "set up" so that you can just walk in and sit down to work. BTW, very nice photography link! I spent about 8 years in a large home studio shooting mostly models, but also some bands, derelict cars, and handful of other subjects.Here is a link to my photobucket page:  https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/myphotos

and facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/photostudio47

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