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What you can make in your shop is vastly more interesting than the shop itself — we’re amazed sometimes that humble shops can produce such fantastic projects.  For instance, just looking at reader txinkman’s shop doesn’t really give you the picture of what goes on here. Does it look like the lair of a gifted box-refurb craftsman?

Often non-tool folk believe that a shop is a mystical place full of wonder where raw materials go in and genius comes out. That may be true, but we know it’s the blood, sweat, and hours of work in between that actually get you there.

We must say, the fridge in the shop would help inspire us — though, admittedly, less work would be going on around beer-thirty.

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