The admiral did not like my idea of heating the new shop with a pot belly wood stove. Too much liability I guess. Instead, she bought me a 240V ceiling heater. Even on the low 3000 watt setting, and with the assistance of the ceiling box air filter to help circulate the air, it warms the space from the 40s to the 60s pretty quickly.
Also, the CNC machine is in its new home. It may still be in pieces, but its all there, lol. Reassembly will be gradual over the next couple weeks.
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