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I built this workshop in 2010. It is 18'-6" wide by 40' long. Workshop is approximately 500 sq. Feet, music studio in back eats up the remainder.
Everything runs on 110v and I have vac. And electricity in the center of the floor via a chase out to the exterior wall, so no tripping over vac. Hoses or extension cords.
Dust collection is plentiful, with a Delta 1 HP collector in it's own closet with my air compressor, a 6hp shop vac at the table saw, and a Jet air filter on the ceiling.

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Super looking shop, very nice.
 

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Nicely organized.
Like the way you have your table saw hand tools close by but out of the way…..........................
 

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It is a pleasure most of the time, Charles! It's laid out to be as efficient as possible and flow with my work habits. I've rebuilt everything at least twice, improving as I go. The table saw area was just rebuilt to accept two adjacent table saws, my router, planer, shop vac, as well as associated storage and an out feed table. This way, I don't have to change blades as often. The Hitachi can either be used for bevel rips, or a dedicated dado saw. The Beisemeyer fence was modified to accommodate all three pieces, so one fence can be used on all three . Also, the out feed table removes with two screws, so I can move stuff around and easily get into the back of the saws if need be.
 

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Dual table saws…. Iv'e only ever seen that in a production shop, and they looked like they were blocks apart from each other.

Nice Shop, where's the studio pic's :)
 

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Yeah, it took some serious drilling and tapping to get these saws together under one fence, but it works well! Everything is parallel, and having one fence for everything is a time/space saver!
 

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You have a great shop. Must be an enjoyable place to work.
 

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Bubba Army !!! Noticed the sticker on your tool box.
 

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Thats a great looking little shop! The double-saw/router-table looks fantastic! What a great way to combine all of that into a single usable space.
 
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