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Every good maker needs his or her space in which to build wondrous things and experiment. Alas, I am a college student, and lack a permanent residence, and so I cannot claim to have a workshop of my own. Someday I will, though (I hope), and therefore I have put together the following renderings of it using Google's Sketchup software. The shop is based on my grandfather's shop, where I spent many an afternoon when I was younger.
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Wheres the beer fridge and the TV to watch the game?
Boiler UP!
YES! Finally, someone who understands my username! (Most people think I'm a redneck who can't spell producer)... You aren't perhaps a Purdue student, are you?
Haha yeah, Freshmen engineer going into Bio-Medical Engineering.
nice :-) (Good luck with that, I hear it's rather challenging)
Nice slideshow. I saw it in the sidebar and immediately noticed the username. Keep up the good work. There are quite a few good resources in the W Laf area--have you been to Purdue salvage? I'm going tomorrow.
I have not been, I'm afraid, I have only heard of it :-(
Man this is awesome before I saw this I tried something similar but yours is waayy better haha, I love the detail.

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Bio: When life gives me lemons, I make batteries. Check out my website at http://nbitwonder.com
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