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Blog entry by TimberBiscuit posted 01-06-2022 08:02 PM 568 reads 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I think it is about time I show you around my woodshop! I converted my 2-car garage into the workshop where I build all of my pieces. 440 sq ft may not seem like much space, but what you can fit with careful planning and organization is impressive. Of course, that’s not to say that I wouldn’t LOVE a bigger space, but sometimes you have to work with what you got! And one of the biggest suggestions I can give anyone looking to get their shop set up is to think about your own personal workflow.

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-- Shane Mitchell - YouTube.com/c/timberbiscuitwoodworks - TimberBiscuitWoodworks.com



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#1 posted 01-07-2022 01:16 AM

Nice looking shop.

I have about the same square footage in my shop. Organization is the key to a small space, majority of my machines are along the long walls, this layout works well for my one man shop.

-- Eric, building the dream

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#2 posted 01-07-2022 01:48 AM



Nice looking shop.

I have about the same square footage in my shop. Organization is the key to a small space, majority of my machines are along the long walls, this layout works well for my one man shop.

- Eric

Thank you! Yeah organization and space management is the only way to do it in a small shop. It definitely forces you to be more creative.

-- Shane Mitchell - YouTube.com/c/timberbiscuitwoodworks - TimberBiscuitWoodworks.com

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#3 posted 01-07-2022 01:51 AM

Yep, and I am still working on some organization, and researching DC Systems.

-- Eric, building the dream

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#4 posted 01-07-2022 02:10 AM



Yep, and I am still working on some organization, and researching DC Systems.

- Eric


Nice man!

-- Shane Mitchell - YouTube.com/c/timberbiscuitwoodworks - TimberBiscuitWoodworks.com

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