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ID:	34960 So about a month ago, I walked into Hobby Lobby. At the front of the store we're these 4 poster stands for sale $10 each. I was getting ready to finally build a paint booth, and figured I might save a little bit by buying these crazy looking things. I bought all four, and loaded them up on the pickup. Got them home, and my mind was racing about how I could "Tim Taylor" up this project.
    well, here you go. I had a set of wheels, and a ton of old screws, so I started building. This is what I came up with. I had so much extra material left over, I built a couple of shelves for my projects, and , still got enough material to build a bunch of stuff. Hope you guys like it. Eric
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    I forgot the 2 shelves I made.
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    • #3
      Hidy-ho, Tim!
      what no stereo .

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      • #4
        Nice job! I like the rollers and storage.
        Bob Edwards
        Northern VA

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        • #5
          Thank you Bob
          I think the inspiration came from you. Thank you for the link to vent works. Now all I have to do is learn how to paint!!!

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          • #6
            That looks better than any available model booth I've seen. And cheap. We all like cheap. Good work height with paint and equipment storage.

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            • #7
              But it doesn't have a Binford logo on it!?

              Well done. I like your project boxes.

              Peter
              PetesLightKits

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              • #8
                Forgot the Binford logo.
                I just checked Ebay, and was surprised there were Binford stickers for auction. Guess I will get a few.
                Thank you for the compliment on the paint boot. I think Tim would be proud.

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                  I still get great results with my $14 Walmart contraption.. It takes a 12X24 furnace filter folded in half slid in the opening to filter the air as it is pulled thru the $11 fan in the rear opening. Click image for larger version

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                  Matt B
                  So. In
                  Crashers

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