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#1 posted 03-27-2009 05:46 PM

600 sq.ft. is not that big that you can’t overfill it. I would try sepearting it right now by making believe that there is an invisible wall. Use a 20×20 area for all of your machining needs and prep work then keep the last 10×20 area as a workbench/ small tool/ assembly/ finish area. The 7.5’ ceilings are going to be a problem as had been previously said and I agree with 8iowa to use light colors for the walls and choose your lighting carefully. Remember to leave room in the layout for wood storage.

Good Luck.

-- -JimmyC...Clayton,NC- "Just smile and wave boys, smile and wave"


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