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My shop is 24'x24' with 10' walls. I added a piece off the back this past summer dedicated to finishing and storage which is 10'x20' for a total of 776 square feet.
I have a steel city 3 hp granite top cabinet saw with a nice out feed table. There is a 1hp dust collector for the table saw. My planer is a 15" King Industrial, 6" Craftsman Professional Jointer (I'm looking at upgrading to an 8" jointer. A king industrial, Craftex's new x series models or a grizzly from across the border.) I have a 14" Craftsman Professional band saw , 10" slider of the same brand. My main dust collection is a 3 hp Craftex that I have piping attached too , I have a router table with a 3.5hp Milwaukee, drill press, scroll saw ,dedicated mortiser, many clamps ,air tools , routers, compressors,sanders, jigs ect.
The main dust collector and my large compressor are in the storage room in the back which cuts down on the noise. I need to make proper storage for wood and plys. Ive been looking at some of the ideas some of my fellow jocks have come up with. Ill probably use one of them.

I need a more up to date pic of the exterior but the inside pics are recent.

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Welcome to the Lumberjock's community, I'm sure you will find it to be a very comfortable place if you enjoy woodworking.
 

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Eisner,

You have a nice space in which to work. You have made efficient use of your available space and I like the router table and miter saw stand that you built. They certainly are necessary additions to the shop. You have a nice set of tools as well.

Thanks for the tour. I have enjoyed the visit.
 

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Nice Shop!

Looks like a stadium compared to mine!!

Lew
 

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Nice shop!

Thanks for the post

Callum
 
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