Created enclosure for my xxl

(Robert Bevers) #1

It doesn’t look like much, but it sure cut the noise down. The inside of the wall are covered in 1 in Styrofoam sheets.

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(Temujin Kuechle) #2

I think that you have its covered.

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(Dan Nelson) #3

Finally, an enclosure design that wont force the user to climb inside it to load stock and change end mills!!! Nice work!!!

Dan

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(Robert Bevers) #4

Thank you! Fortunately, I have a 30’ x 60’ shop so space wasn’t an issue.

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(Paul Alfaro) #5

that enclosure is larger than my whole (apartment) workshop! haha

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(Ummm, not sure, but I’ll try...) #6

Now that’s impressive!

Hmmmm, if I could somehow figure out how to convince my wife to park her car outside I’d have a 3 car workshop!

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(Robert Bevers) #7

I have a 30 X 60 workshop, but no garage! :slight_smile:

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(Stuart) #8

That is awesome! What did you use for the windows? I am going to shamelessly steal this idea, I also haven’t been keen on having a small enclosure as i don’t like leaning in to set up jobs

Thankyou! so simple…

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(Robert Bevers) #9

I make the windows out of plexiglass from Lowe’s. It is kind of spendy and if you can order it cheaper online, I would. Be sure to pre-drill (or use self-tapping screws) when mounting or it will crack.

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