Shop Layout Small Shop A Mobility Kit Under Every Machine Isn T The Only Answer
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The 5' Workshop When laying out a small shop, a common strategy is to put each machine on wheels so it can be moved around as required for working materials of different sizes.Depending on how the shop is organized, this approach may require machines to be stored against a wall, pulled out for use, then returned it to their parking spots when work with them is complete, to make room for the next process.
This maximizes the capabilities of each machine, but requires extra effort to get each machine ready for use.When I laid out my machinery in the space of a one-car garage, I took another approach.Instead of mobilizing everything, I strategically placed them in such a way that I could process material up to 5' long without moving anything.
This allowed me to work very efficiently most of the time.In my shop, there aren't many projects made with components over 5'; the only things I can think of are dining tables and beds, and I rarely work with sheet goods.
Machine layout optimized for efficiencyLike most woodworkers, I use a combination of hand-held and stationary machines.Material-processing machines in my workshop include an 8" jointer, 18" band...