Project Planning Just Because You Have A Small Space To Create Doesn T Necessarily Limit You To Small Projects There Are Many Things That Can Be Done To Push Those Walls Apart From Each Other And Get The Most From Your Space
Project planning just because you have a small space to create doesn t necessarily limit you to small projects there are many things that can be done to push those walls apart from each other and get the most from your space is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by dwight with ID 12878169956 was uploaded on 05-04-2019 and has been viewed 416,828 times.
Building Big Things In A Small Space Photos by Marty Schlosser As a boy growing up in a small prairie town, I had the privilege of working with an elderly craftsman from the 'old country'.Mr.Germscheid was a jack-of-all-trades who amazed me with his ability to create large pieces of furniture and cabinetry in a relatively small shop.
Over the years, most of my shops have also been, well, size-challenged.However, like Mr.Germscheid, by using imagination and some common sense I've successfully made several large pieces of furniture.Let me share some of what I've learned about having big things come out of a small shop, from my mentors and through the school of hard knocks.
Think BIG!The first thing needed to succeed is the proper mindset.Don't let yourself be intimidated into passing up the opportunity to tackle something huge in your home workshop.Most large pieces of furniture and cabinetry can be broken down into sub-components, each small enough to be worked on individually and assembled outside the shop.
As long as you are realistic and plan carefully before starting out, even the smallest of shops should be able to handle large projects.Okay, so you've drawn up a full-scale...