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#1 posted 456 days ago

Mines only 250 sq ft. I have two benches (one with a motiser and d/p) the other is for everything else. A t/s with extensions on the left and right, miter saw, b/s, joiner, planer, a couple of metal lockers, lumber cart, router table, Jet d/c and a few jigs. The t/s and the benches are the only things without wheels.

The benches have shelves for additional storage and I just finished putting wheels on the miter saw and router table so I could move them out of the way if needed.

Maybe just reorganize a little bit (if the machines are movable)? I believe there are websites that will let you layout your shop and place tools to maximize space. If not, use some graph paper and cut pieces (footprints) out to scale and move around.

Adding mobile bases is a lot cheaper than expanding and may provide you with alot more options :)


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