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If ya'll can see this picture let me know and I'll post others.

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Looks good!
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That is not a shed -- its a house !

Put wheels next to it -- sell it to that B/S T-V show -- "Tiny Homes" - LOL
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NICE!! Very similar to what I want to do. I will have a higher roof so I can get more storage up high.
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That is not a shed -- its a house !

Put wheels next to it -- sell it to that B/S T-V show -- "Tiny Homes" - LOL
The electrician that came out to give me an estimate said his next job was wiring up one of those tiny houses. Built in the same shed.

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NICE!! Very similar to what I want to do. I will have a higher roof so I can get more storage up high.
This one does have the two angle barn roof and two lofts.

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This one does have the two angle barn roof and two lofts.

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Just FYI to wow the ladies, that type of roof is called a gambrel roof.
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Cover the walls with peg board. Use the thick peg board so you can hang heavier items on it. If your work bench is in a corner curve the peg board around the corner. A chalk board on the wall comes in very handy. One wall should have a sheet of thick plywood on it for hanging very heavy items.

6" PVC pipe on the floor bolted to the wall work well for storing pry bars and cheater bars.

A length of angle iron at least 1/4 " thick bolted to the edge of the bench is very handy for hammering on and bending metal.

Don't go cheep on the vice get the biggest strongest one you van afford. A lot of the cheep Chinese vices are covered with a layer of body putty to make hem look like they are well made, I have found that under the putty is deep pits, slage pockets and rough casting.
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Just FYI to wow the ladies, that type of roof is called a gambrel roof.
Yeah I had a brain fart and couldn't remember that for the life of me.

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More money but I like the plywood and french cleats option.
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You run the wire/plugs/switches and light first. Then you install your breaker. Not sure why you would connect it and then run the line... you freak. LOL

I like that shop. the rafters going to be storage?
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Thanks for the replies. Your comments mirror my own research. This shop will be primarily for gun work and misc small farm projects. I'm planning on magnetic strips for punches, hammers, wrenches and other basic hand tools. I think I will likely utilize the OSB method.

The shop will basically be split in half. One half will be reloading and firearm maintance and the other half will be wood working and other tools. I'm planning a central vacuuming system for my power wood cutting/shaping tools for dust control.

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Those vacum systems are so neat! What kind of electrical are you going to be using, will it be wired for welder, if not myswell do it now so if you put a welder later.
What kind of shop table is your 15'? Sounds like it will be a nice place to work/play in😊
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When I built my new shop I got rid of all the old peg board. Years of dust on tools is a pain even with filtration. Good luck to you.
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If you like rustic Do a 3' galv metal wainescoating on the bottom then find a bunch of old fence panels slats and install those above it in a railroad pattern
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In my town, I would want to do it differently. Low humidity, high and low temps etc.

You will need something different than I do.

What u can say with certainty, it's not that much space, plan accordingly.

Multi purpose doesn't work out so well.

Awesome shop! Make it work for you.
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Split in half don't work with wood working. Dust will claim the entire shop over time.

Nice house
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