I wouldn't call myself a noob... though others might, and I probably couldn't argue. I think being out of brewing for the last 8 years I am a bit behind on a lot of the new ideas out there. I know the keezer builds and system builds are far more advanced then they were a decade ago. I am committed to getting back up to speed and thought I would share a very helpful tool with you all.
In Denver I have found a place called Club Workshop. www.clubworkshop.com
They are a fully, and I mean fully, equipped shop that you buy a membership to like a gym. They have everything you could possibly need to work some magic. Here is a partial list of the things that impressed me the most.
CNC Router big enough to handle a full sheet of plywood
CNC milling machines
Mig, Tig and spot welders
Full metal fabrication including English wheel, saws, grinder and benders
3-d quick prototype printer
Full wood shop.
Now I have a decent selection of tools but this is amazing. Just thought I would share in case you are in the area and have an inkling for DIY.
... and no I don't work for them or get any benefit out of this post. Just trying to share a little knowledge for a change instead of sopping it up all the time.
Peace and brew on!