$30,000 Grant Winner - what to do now?
Posted 21 September 2012 - 08:35 PM
Posted 21 September 2012 - 08:57 PM
That might require tearing up floor and relaying concrete... maybe not real cheap but would be worth it, having a trap outside the building after 20+ feet of pipe would be much harder to maintain.
I don't know if anyone makes a specific sink, I doubt it.
Wheels outside would probably need a secure locked fence, might be better to have them indoors.
I'd suggest making a drawing up, maybe a drafting teacher could help. Get measurements of a wheel (approx 2x3 feet and account for at least a foot of clearance all the way around). See how many you can actually fit in your space. Leave maybe 2x4 for a sink. I'd say 3 foot wide walkways between everything.
You'll need a plaster slab table for wedging and drying. maybe 3x6-8 feet.
Probably a nice table for slab work.
Room for glaze buckets, shelves for green, bisqued, glazed, finished pieces... misc tools for all clay work...
Sounds like a lot of work but could be a really fun project if you plan it well. Good luck.
Posted 25 September 2012 - 05:30 AM
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