The workbench room has been a little tight lately with several irons in the fire. I really need to dedicate some room for just the RC's.
After breaking out the slide rule and taking a few measurements I decided on a full 4X8 sheet of plywood to get started.
I opted for a sheet of 1/2" sanded on one side and bolstered it with a full 2X4 frame on the underside.
I used screws throughout (I was really dying to use my pocket jig for the first time!).
I used lathe strips for the wall frame work, they worked out to close to a 2X10 scale. My buddy said, "wall studs, really?" Yea.... something has to hold the wall board up!
Easy rider in the photo for a scale reference. That's a 12" Clint Eastwood on a 1/6 chopper.
This side wall will have a roll up door and a man door.
As mentioned I have several projects that I'm messing with, Putting the final bow tie on the orange crush
Tying up the loose ends on the military version,
Trying to get outside the box on an independent suspension for one of my trailers, and moding three more drivers with an articulating head.
With the framing in place I thought it needed a window across the back wall.
A stairway leading up to a mezzanine. You can also see where I have cross drilled holes on all of the wall studs, that should help a bunch when it comes time to run the wiring.