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Fine Woodworking editor Matthew Teague has endured more than his fair share of unworkable shop spaces, so when he could call a one-car garage his own, it was heaven. Here’s how he turned a 160-sq.-ft. garage into a smoothly running shop. Through clever use of mobile bases and sensible organization, all major machines are stored and fully functional in this small space. This article will help you create a workable shop in limited space.
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This is an outstanding shop! It makes maximum use of a small space without being cramped or crowded. My garage is almost identical to this, so I am planning to shamelessly steal many of the great ideas you employed in your shop.
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