Just got back in from a bit of a tinker outside – managed to get motivated to do more than potter around and tried hanging a light. By the time I was finished, all 10 were hung, and a quick test & try and the 4 fittings I lit up (all at one end) gave the shed an awesome quality – plenty of quality feeling light (not sure how you describe it), shadowless, and lots of it without being unnaturally bright.
I haven’t checked the tubes rating (possibly 25W?) but that was 8 tubes illuminating 2/5ths of the shed – me happy
I’ll post a pic tomorrow – too tired now to go through the whole rigmarole of loading the image, cleaning it up, and uploading it tonight (it is 1:45am!)
Progress is always a rewarding feeling.
Also was having a bit more of a play setting up the Incra Miter Express, and found that you really needed ongoing access to a couple of Allen keys (hex keys).
So I stuck a MagSquare under the rail, and it became a very useful storage. Added benefit of being somewhere to store the arbor nut spanner.
Here’s an enlargement for clarification. The bottom of the MagSquare has a semicircular cavity which is perfect for storing the hex keys. The whole concept is no big deal, but what the hey.