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post #1 of 15 Old 11-04-2013, 11:51 AM Thread Starter
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Good stuff!!! I might use this idea for an extension on my own shed. I brought home an old 8' butcher's block table from work and I use it as a work bench. Needless to say the shed is getting a bit crowded.
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This is really good stuff. I like seeing people thinking "outside the box". He did a nice job. I've seen people put living space additionson their house that wasn't built this well. I've always been a huge fan of recycle, re-use, re-purpose.
Only thing I was a little surprised... I cringed each time he cut those wedges. I could just imagine the chisel hitting the concrete.

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Saw that on my youtube sidebar the other day. quite impressive. I would use a different stain or paint but the basic design is very cool and it turned out very nice for something that is usually thrown away.

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Amazing! He is definitely an school craftsman. I wonder how many hours he has into it.


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I decided to borrow this idea for my summer project. I built a 9x8 extension on my existing shed, it's 75% pallet, 25% other peoples scrap. I've spent a total of $25 for nails. Pictures coming soon!!!
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Awesome. Now for payment you have to come build me one.

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I decided to borrow this idea for my summer project. I built a 9x8 extension on my existing shed, it's 75% pallet, 25% other peoples scrap. I've spent a total of $25 for nails. Pictures coming soon!!!
How did that project go for you? Ever get around to the pictures?

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Scrap pallets are kind of a misnomer. Our company has had people come to the back side of the building and grab pallets they thought were "scrap" and just pick them up and take them. A scrap pallet is rotted out so if the wood is good enough to build a shed it is built from stolen pallets. It is no different than going to Home Depot and grabbing the wood without paying.

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