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This is were I will the long bench goes..
This is my new shop that I spent most of summer building. It is just about ready to move in. I hope by spring I will be building things . I added this room to the end of my garage I hope you can see the pix not real good at this comp. stuff. The room is 22 feet wide and 26 feet long. I think it is big enough for what I need and will bring me hours of fun and joy when I get it set up.
The one door goes into the garage. The right door goes outside.
Built a little office so I can have the use of the internet ( finewoodworking.com ) for advice.
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I am building a new garage/workshop which will be 24' x 48'. My woodshop will be 24' x 24'. I am waiting on building permits and associated variances; in the mean time I am researching and fantasizing about my shop set up. It seems to me that though some tools need to be stationary to avoid repeated realignment other could and should be reasonable portable for the best general usage of the shop space.
I am going to build a heavy woodworkers bench and I think an assembly table with small drawer underneath. I will be doing all the electrical work for the building and of course I will plan outlets and lighting well.
awesome.....I pulled off some half decent production in a 20 x 20......you"ll do great.
Congratulations!!! I built a shop about that size and I hope you enjoy yours as much as I have enjoyed mine.
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