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Woodworking shop layout floor plans

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Not many woodworkers move their sheet goods with a tractor, but this Colorado shop has the space and the equipment, so why not?

Not many woodworkers move their sheet goods with a tractor, but this Colorado shop has the space and the equipment, so why not?

Larry B's Shop. This shop plan, available in Visio format, is a well-thought-out layout for an expansive 42' x 30' shop.  In designing his shop, Larry got great advice from the fine woodworkers at Saw Mill Creek, which I highly recommend as a forum for information and advice about all things woodworking.

Larry B's Shop. This shop plan, available in Visio format, is a well-thought-out layout for an expansive 42' x 30' shop. In designing his shop, Larry got great advice from the fine woodworkers at Saw Mill Creek, which I highly recommend as a forum for information and advice about all things woodworking.

When Iowa woodworker Rod Cox added a workshop to the back of his cramped two-car garage (his old workshop), he had one thing in mind?elbow room.

When Iowa woodworker Rod Cox added a workshop to the back of his cramped two-car garage (his old workshop), he had one thing in mind—elbow room.

Frank's WoodShop. This layout takes advantages of a 2-bay garage, 32'x24'. It houses miter saw, lathe, planer, radial arm saw, drill press, router, bandsaw, jointer, and tablesaw - - and still leaves space to do woodwork..!

Frank's WoodShop. This layout takes advantages of a 2-bay garage, 32'x24'. It houses miter saw, lathe, planer, radial arm saw, drill press, router, bandsaw, jointer, and tablesaw - - and still leaves space to do woodwork..!

Workshop Floor Plan

Your head is swimming with the challenges presented by the size of your machines, the limitations of the available space, and your numerous needs and desires: It’s time to translate it all to a floor plan. Preparing this piece of paper can prove to be an important discipline in thinking about your workshop.The first plan […]

NEW Woodshop layout advice... - by Shawn @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

Ok guys… I need your honest opinion here. I have finished my shop build (just the shell). Now I'm in the process of starting the inside. Take a look at the...

The floor plan Mike's shop is built into the side of a hill, which dictated the position of the 8' sliding door on the back of the shop. Materials are stored just inside the door on embedded cantilever-type racks with adjustable arms, which were framed into the wall during construction.

From the outside, Mike Walker's workshop looks like a well-appointed lakeside retreat . It looks like that on the inside too—except for all the woodworking tools.