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#1 posted 11-25-2012 08:19 PM

digger,

What’s your ceiling height? If you have 8’ or 9’ ceilings, keep in mind of handling longer pieces of lumber so you’re not banging your air cleaner. It looks like over your outfeed table may be a good place since that is pretty centrally located. With having your tools on casters and your dust collector too, then you will have the flexiblity to move things around after you have been in your shop for a while and had a chance to build a few things. I like your lay-out, but only you will be able to tell if it’s comfortable to work in. A lot will have to do with the type projects you are building, what type lumber you work with, how you like to process your lumber, etc. Looks good from here. Good luck and enjoy your new shop

-- John @ http://www.thehuffordfurnituregroup.com


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