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My shop would be 30′ X 40″ with 10′ ceilings, with a finishing room with filtration.
Upper cabinets would be built to hold tools, and supplies (like clamps, you can never have too many)
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@rickpel could you share more on how the equipment is positioned. Have you tried a rearrangement?
This is a reasonably sized space. Personally I would prefer closer to 1500 sq/ft. I currently occupy equivalent space and find it a little tight given the equipment I have.
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