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Posted on Workshop in a 10'x20' garage. Need feedback!

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WoodenDreams

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#1 posted 10-23-2018 07:34 AM

The main area of my workshop is 14’x14’, center is the table saw and a 4’x4’ workbench, fixed location, that doubles as a outfeed table. Next room over has a 2’x8’ gluing and clamping table, with a 3’x5’ finishing table. This allow me to use my workshop instead of waiting for panels or chests in clamps, or staining & polying of a project. most of my finished pieces are 3’ long… Your work bench should be sized to fit what you plan on building. A fixed or movable workbench will probably be determined by your project needs or space. I agree with JayT, A shop plan on graph paper or workshop planner is a good idea. Maybe you want a couple small workbenches along the wall that fold down when not needed, for space, and a main workbench in center. We all have our special needs. If space is no object, a 4’x8’ workbench sure would be nice. Check out the Shops, get Ideas from others that have posted pictures. You just might want to incorporate some of the possibilities.


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