Well, this is part 2....last night I uploaded Part 1, and Part 2, but apparently, I just revised part 1 into Part 2 so tonight I will re-add Part 1 so you can see the first part of the build. I can provide exact dimensions if anyone wants them, but it's basically an 8' sheet of ply. Cut off 2' on one side, use it to make 2 or 4 EA side pieces, then Rip the 6' x 4' piece into as close to 12" sections as you can taking into account your blade width, or just get as close as you can. You could save time, by just screwing it together at that point once all the pieces are cut. This could also be a good bench, but you would have to add supports on the interior of the shelf, probably 2 lower and 2 high support braces should do it, 3 if you are going to have alot of large folks sitting on it.
Yeah, let me size it down. Kinda moved on, and started next project right after finishing this one. I just go over applying the edge in the video and say cheapest place to get it is on Amazon for 250' roll for about $25. I've put it on all my plywood workbenches now. Still have hundreds of feet left.
Yeah, that does help seeing it explained that way. When you refer to 60 amp main, is that saying you set up another sub-box entirely where the 40 amp is the main and the 30's are all fed by it? But would be better with 60 amp for main. How did you feed the 60 if that is the set up. From house panel main?
Nice! I've done something similiar in that, I've moved some computers out into my garage, and now, it's like I'm building another world. Seriously, I want to redo the whole thing, and incorporate the computers into the space, and currently, heat is a pretty big issue, so I'm thinking of cutting an AC unit into the wall. Power then is my next concern as I already trip breakers when running tablesaw and shop vac.....so I have a long way to go it seems. Did you have heat issues in your space? How did you deal with them? Power?