What happened was that well over 3000 sheds fell down after 3foot of snow sat on the roof of them in N E Scotland about 10yrs ago mine included, a lot more metal is in portal frame sheds in these parts since then.What happened to the shed building spec to need 254 rafters and 305 posts on a 40ft wide shed, seams excessive .
4 wheel trolley with transit axle at one end and electric motor onto the diff?what do you use for moving these steel around and in/out of the workshop, I'm looking at kitting a workshop up for making steel buildings.
got a good set of rollers in and out of the saw,
forklift to shift them onto trestles to be welded but then how to shift them out lengthways?
last few have been made in an old shed, ended up backing trailer in then lowering onto it. obviously cant have a 30ft+ doorway for carrying 60+ ft spans out.
side loader forklift or overhead crane are looking like options?
linear shed yes,4 wheel trolley with transit axle at one end and electric motor onto the diff?
Modern thinking is a linear shed, steel in at one and and shed pieces out of the other. cut, weld and paint as they go through.
got the hammer and angle grinder, and the bigger one for extra adjustments!!!I use a side loader, always have
Couldn’t imagine any other way.
Another good thing is
boom jib with welder
Greco Paint sprayer
Hammer & angle grinder
yes they get bent like a banan if you havn't got a anti difflection stripper, i have one on my gekagot the hammer and angle grinder, and the bigger one for extra adjustments!!!
punch machine, do they distort the end plates much? just rota broached end plates normally as its not that bad of a job, got to Rota broach the legs anyway.
gas cutter at the moment, debating a plasma.
auto feed bandsaw up to 600mm godsend! every cut lines up bang on
boom jib probably a good idea how long is yours as you never seam to be able to get to both ends in one go.