My Lab Build (A work in progress!)

Re: My Lab Build (A work in progress!)

Postby BaboonScience » Mon Sep 12, 2011 10:39 pm

So, Finally I have spliced together some pictures. This is a series at intervals of several days each. Just a sequence of start to present. Still a good deal of work to do.
Click on the image to get rid of the window bars.
First picture is the initial condition before I moved the entrance to the microscope room.
Lab Build 1.jpg

Second picture, I have started to install the cabinets that I picked up at the local surplus store.
Lab Build 2.jpg

Third Picture, I am hanging the insulation and preparing for the dry wall.
Lab Build 3.jpg

Dry wall up and ready to hang cabinets.
Lab Build 4.jpg

Cabinets and Counters installed. Counter tops were made from 2 by 4 stud lumber glued and clamped. The surface was planed, sanded and oiled.
Lab Build 5.jpg


More to do. Much more.
But the big jobs are done.
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Re: My Lab Build (A work in progress!)

Postby EasterEggs » Mon Sep 12, 2011 11:01 pm

Holy mackerel John! What a huge project! It makes my project look so much smaller. Ha! Thanks for sharing. :)
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Re: My Lab Build (A work in progress!)

Postby Suzy » Tue Sep 13, 2011 6:26 pm

Now that the big jobs are done, the intricate finish work begins. Great job so far!
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Re: My Lab Build (A work in progress!)

Postby BaboonScience » Thu Sep 15, 2011 10:35 pm

Yes, those fine points like doors, spackle, paint, electricity. Lord help me.

I also have a central heating, dehumidifier and AC unit that I would like to have in before it starts to get cold and damp.
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Re: My Lab Build (A work in progress!)

Postby Suzy » Fri Sep 16, 2011 8:09 pm

Sleep is over rated.

Git er dun!
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Re: My Lab Build (A work in progress!)

Postby kalkmarkson » Tue Nov 29, 2011 6:04 am

You greenhouse is nice but I think, you should remove the plastic from upper part of the greenhouse and in the place of plastic, you should use glass.
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