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After 10 years collecting stuff and making stuff I decided it was time to clean up my workspace. So it's never been this clean before and, although it's not completely finished yet, I'm very pleased with the results and even can walk trough it without stumbling over stuff. Aaah, what a relief!

I had even more yellow descriptions but they keep on disappearing. Got me crazy after four times adding again. If someone has any questions of which is what, just ask.
<p>How big is the room 10x10? I admire you having a modeling/woodworking/metal shop amongst electronics??? crowded little place! Cozy!</p>
<p>Cozy it is, thank you, haha. In these fisheye pictures it doesn't give a real good impression but I think it is about 3m by 5 m but because it is under an angles roof on one side that is the floorspace. The space where you can stand up straight might be a meter or so less. This was about 3 or 4 years a go and I'm rebuilding the place completely (for over more then a year now, sigh). When it is finished I will post some pictures (might be in more then a year from now, sigh, sigh..)</p>
<p>I recently emptied my den of books and stuff to repaint etc. I never realized how much weight I added to the room. I had book shelves mounted on the walls... and discovered cracked walls and the file cabinet weighed a ton! Check your ceilings below! lol NExt house is going to be a concrete slab!!!</p>
Da's een mooie zolderkamer :-)
Ha, dank je Ynze.

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