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    Had some other things to take care of but...

    Had some other things to take care of but finished/installed the flag! It was well received.

    Epoxied three vertical boards, painted, and added some peel and stick to the top

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    Pallets are free - who wants to turn down FREE...

    Pallets are free - who wants to turn down FREE MONEY (slight sarcasm here)?
    I'm into rustic-looking stuff, so starting with pre-distressed wood gives the final product a bit more "charm"
    You can...
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    Painted it yesterday - need to make the star...

    Painted it yesterday - need to make the star stencil. I have a few options for the stencil - leaning towards using a vinyl cutter to cut some adhesive vinyl (so one-time use). The other option is...
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    I would forgo the nice finish - might be nice to...

    I would forgo the nice finish - might be nice to have some light trowel marks to make it not look like drywall - I have a particular distaste for drywall. As for swelling - dunno. The only way to...
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    Nice! Are you grooving your boards?

    Nice! Are you grooving your boards?
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    The key thing is - whatever I do on the inside...

    The key thing is - whatever I do on the inside cannot restrict the OSB from drying out. That is, I shouldn't cover it with something that would trap moisture.
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    It's already insulated (R40 / R20). I did what...

    It's already insulated (R40 / R20). I did what some refer to as "wrap and strap". My stackup is:

    inside | Post | Girt (actual 2"x6") | OSB | impermeable vapor/water barrier | 4" rigid foam (two...
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    Thanks! I't s a bit, erm, excessive in some...

    Thanks! I't s a bit, erm, excessive in some regards, but it's a very inspirational space, and I'd like to move my art supplies, tools and stuff to use it for projects.
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    Check out your local college/university - they...

    Check out your local college/university - they often have a property department that sells used equipment. I bought a small fireproof cabinet for $25, and self-extinguishing trash cans for $5 each.
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    You mention "vault" - however I'm not doing the...

    You mention "vault" - however I'm not doing the ceiling, just the walls. The ceiling is 2x6 T&G.

    I, too, prefer working with wood - the only challenge for me is processing all the wood. I don't...
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    For sure! These things sell for the price of gold...

    For sure! These things sell for the price of gold at antique/collectible stores. I could have had this finished by now if I skipped the edge glue - trying to make something a little nicer than a...
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    My clamping technique might need some help: ...

    My clamping technique might need some help:

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    I decided to paint after glueup - I realized there would be squeeze-out, and with a few strips of blue tape even if the paint strays a bit...
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    I have enough wood on hand to cover it without...

    I have enough wood on hand to cover it without purchasing any - but I would have to spend time and money (electricity) to process the wood. I am intrigued, though, and have enough scrap of everything...
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    That sounds interesting - but does it require...

    That sounds interesting - but does it require wire lathe?
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    My general plan for the walls - build shelves...

    My general plan for the walls - build shelves that hook into the upright posts from behind - it was one fatal flaw in my wall system I hadn't really considered - I should have used a thicker plywood...
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    Here's the inside, not sure why the previous...

    Here's the inside, not sure why the previous image didn't load. If I had to use screws, I was hoping I could "panelize" the boards somehow and screw into the top/bottom girts - it's about 18" between...
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    Covering up OSB - thoughts?

    I built a workshop a few years ago, and have been slowly chipping away at different aspects of it. I'm at the point now where I need to tackle the interior walls. This may seem unnecessary, but I...
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    Yep, though I cut 14 in case I needed an extra :D...

    Yep, though I cut 14 in case I needed an extra :D

    For the stars - I have two options. I can laser cut some metal, or cut out a stencil and paint. I'm leaning towards the stencil as it's less...
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    Regarding this - is it good to seal like so? I've...

    Regarding this - is it good to seal like so? I've read moisture will always find a way in, and sealing like so makes it hard to find its way out.
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    Are they though? To put things in context, they...

    Are they though? To put things in context, they are cheaper than a trip to the ER. At least, that's how I frame safety equipment cost in my mind where it makes sense.
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    Another question - for the slat version - should...

    Another question - for the slat version - should I use dominos to keep the slats together? If this is going outside, that seems like a bad idea, right?
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    Having trouble understanding the layup - is it: ...

    Having trouble understanding the layup - is it:

    cloth (top layer)
    glue
    plastic
    glue
    plywood (bottom layer)

    ? or is there no middle plastic layer?
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    How much of the fabric do you saturate in glue -...

    How much of the fabric do you saturate in glue - edges only? And does it need to be stapled on the back? I have several CDX plywood offcuts about this size and would be happy to give this method a go...
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    Pallet Wood Flag

    I've seen these around at stores, internet, yards and am making one as a gift. I know the recipient is going to want to put it outside in the awful, wet, cold Michigan weather (I will make a strong...
  25. Count me in as well, thanks!

    Count me in as well, thanks!
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