With wheel-mounted tools and cabinets, a two-car garage easily transforms into a versatile workshop
Synopsis: Many woodworkers face the space crunch Bill Endress did: how to fit a decent workshop into a two-car garage, and still park cars there fairly regularly. He achieved this, and his garage shop is attractive to work in, easy to clean, and loaded with organized storage. A long workbench spans one wall and houses a series of multipurpose rolling cabinets, which act as storage, tool stands, work surfaces and infeed and outfeed tables. See how his mobile tools and cabinets improve workflow.
From Fine Woodworking #167
After many years living in central Florida, I received an invitation to relocate to Tucson, Ariz. Having been an active woodworker for 18 years, I placed adequate shop space high on my list when it came time to buy a home. While it would have been nice to find a house with a separate workshop, my wife and I settled on one with a…