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    Bull, I just saw this thread for first time. Excellent looking shop!! ...Very envious. You are doing it RIGHT.. do not move in until you have all your insulation and panels done. That was my biggest mistake here. I started using it too soon and some of it isn't walled inside to this day. Some day I will revisit and it will be a b*tch because of having to move everything.

    I'd like to ask what gauge wall and ceiling panels you are using for your interior? Do you know what panel sizes (width and length)? What is the metal costing you in NJ? I have seen a wide price range here in Southern PA, that's why I ask.. for comparison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rat4020 View Post
    Hats off to ya for doin it solo Gee ya can hardy tell your a machinest LOL I just smiled when lookin at your picts , frickin perfict lines . But the magnet dealy thing -O-mojiger is a good idea Bull

    P.S whos the funny bunny that Fu&%ed with my Avatar pict ?
    Thanks Rat. Yeah, the string makes it easy to make it look good. cant help you with your avatar, sorry.

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    Is the metal inside code for any shop/garage?
    Prob. that or drywall.

    It really blows when you miss with a screw then have to leave it and hope it doesn't leak.
    I'm not following any codes at this point, building is not listed as commercial(yet). I just want it nice inside. I missed on one screw so far. No worries of it leaking, it just holds the ceiling up.

    Quote Originally Posted by John L View Post
    Bull, I just saw this thread for first time. Excellent looking shop!! ...Very envious. You are doing it RIGHT.. do not move in until you have all your insulation and panels done. That was my biggest mistake here. I started using it too soon and some of it isn't walled inside to this day. Some day I will revisit and it will be a b*tch because of having to move everything.

    I'd like to ask what gauge wall and ceiling panels you are using for your interior? Do you know what panel sizes (width and length)? What is the metal costing you in NJ? I have seen a wide price range here in Southern PA, that's why I ask.. for comparison.

    Thanks and Great Job!
    Thanks John,
    Its killing me not to move tools in, but your right I want to get the inside done first. I havnt run electric yet just for that reason.

    I don't know the gauge offhand, its specifically made for interiors, called panel liner, or metal liner. It came from Metal Sales in PA. I would have to look up the price also, bought the panels last year. The panels are 3'(roughly) wide and 16'-2" long. You can get any length you want, to the inch. My trusses are 4' ,so I went with 16 foot panels. The drywall lift holds them up no problem. Take a look at the Metal Sales site, I think they have a distributor list, I might have called them also, Its been a while.
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    Thanks!

    I just contacted them for a quote.
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    Looks sweet bull!!! I feel your pain I did all finish work on inlaw apartment few years ago one reason my build is so back logged and life and cars getting in way. this year I insulate my shop also. Nice Job!!!!
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    Thanks Chris,

    This is my first time messing with the steel liner panels. I tried a couple different ways of cutting them. Tin snips, and a Bosch jigsaw are no match for the metal cutting blade in a skill saw! I made a quick cutting guide and it makes a basically burr free cut, and keeps the chips from spraying you in the face. The burr in the picture can be knocked off with your fingers. My guide is probably a little overkill but I didn't know what to expect and wanted the panel clamped down. If I was to make another one, I would make the top separate/removable, so you don't have to slide the panel all the way through. Besides that, its great. Picture of all the tools needed(well, I needed!), plus the cutting guide and the lift, makes it pretty do-able solo job.

    EDIT: the blade in the picture is not the metal blade, that's a framing blade I took out of my saw.





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    My dad used to take a steel blade (no carbide! ) for plywood and turn it backwards for cutting tin. Worked well, just make sure you have ear plugs.
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    I've done the backwards blade on vinyl siding, but I didn't have a blade I wanted to sacrifice to the steel to find out if it works. I put ear plugs in and my daughter didn't, she said it was the worst sound she ever heard. I cant imagine one of those steel blades! They were loud just cutting wood!
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    Slowly but slowly!

    Looks soo much better now, cant wait to get the walls done.

    One more PIA hurtle then should be cake from here on out. The trim around the O doors is going to suck!

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    Is that a big sheetmetal brake?
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    Yes Sir..well 10'
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