My mini workshop

Dells

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Hi all
I have been trying to find ways to maximise my workshop space as it’s only 6ft X 6ft we have I freezer and a washing machine one side so I can not use all the space I also have a wooden shed that I have a grinder/ polisher and a small sensitive drill press in plus a bench with a vice although it has no heating.
If anyone has any suggestions as to how I can make it better please comment.
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FDelGreco

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You could make a table hinged to the wall over the washer. When you need to do the laundry, just pivot it up and latch it to the wall. If the freezer is a chest type, you can do the same.

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Dells

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Hi Frank
Thanks for the suggestion but as you can see from the picture there is to much gubbins from the central heating and electrics.
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Dells, thank you for teaching me a new word today - gubbins. I collect interesting words and phrases like I collect clocks - eclectically - and this one is delightful.
 
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