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Back at it again office updates for 2020

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Before is above with GPUs and wall cleaned up

Then the updates

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Now tomorrow since I ran out of wood today and just got more I finish the top of the wall, then do the lower half and back rail in the same wood. 

After that lights and do the right hand wall in painted peg board

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Now time to move the desk and do the lower half as well as the GPU rail haha

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After all the wood is up have to do trim around the tops and side, most likely going to cut the same flooring at 2 45s and do triangle trim around the sides. A good perk to this is I can hide a cable along the sides and run it to my key lights on the roof. 

But if I find another simpler solution I'll go with that, going to take my monitors odd the wall mounts to, one will be desk mounted the other stand for now. 

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Got the accenting done and the desk back half setup, needed some game time haha. 

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Had to do a little work to get the floating shelf to fit again. 

IMG_20200125_170003.jpggpu wall all back setup again

IMG_20200125_191233.jpgsystem mostly Back together, going to hammer out a monitor stand video as well as a new boom arm video very soon to 🙂

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