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Okay, here is the newly organized shop with new pictures. I am new to woodworking, so it I am constantly trying to get everything to fit into the small garage I have available.
as of right now here is a list:
Table saw ( Craftsman 137.218071) I got his for x-mas and have already had the grinder to it, it is a pain in the a** I can not get it to stay true to save my life.// work table that doubles as a work bench 74×48 with a shelve underneath that has a shelf that holds my hand power tools, (orbital sander, drill, 1/4 sheet sander, circular saw and Small jigsaw.) also I store the 10 inch skillsaw chop saw underneath. Attached to the work table is a small router table that I made. next to that is a smaller work table I use mostly for finishing and collecting junk. there is a small simple clamp stand hanging on the wall next to the peg board. finishing off this little tour is my very small compressor for which i made the cart for. All of this is ran at this time by a cord that runs into the house, hopefully a sub panel will be brought into the garage to alleviate the cord issues you can see on the floor now. but that is when time and money coincide
So I consider this my starting point and am now in the process of some smaller better shelfs and a system for the wood that is cluttering the place now.

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How about posting some pictures of your shop when you get the opportunity?
 

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I second the requist for photos.
 

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Looks to me like you are off to a great start. You are very organized and know how to use what you have to your advantage. At least you have a garage to start with. I started by working on a table outside, no TS and had to put everything back in my little 8X10 shed that already held bikes, lawnmowers, etc.
 

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It looks like you are off to a pretty nice start with your shop. The outfeed table is a good addition to your table saw. I can empathize with you about your saw. I started out with a Craftsman and, at times, it would take me several minutes to line up one cut since it was a challenge to get the fence aligned. But with patience the saw will do fine.

Thanks for the pictures. I enjoyed touring your shop.
 
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