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Most of my tools are displayed. I have a Ridgid Edge/Spindle sander beside the miter saw. There should be a plywood storage somewhere, I haven’t decided on the location yet.
This will be how my shop is going to be layed out on Sunday night. It’s going to be a busy weekend.
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Would not a 20 by 20 foot room be 400 square feet?
That is what I am going to build as well.
Why are the pieces in the center at odd angles?
You should post some pics of your shop!
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