My shop building is up (finally) and the insulation is almost finished. (Long hours at work has slowed progress on this phase.) Ground breaking occurred Oct 31, 2007.
I have all the tools shown (in storage in a attached garage) except the cyclone and the various work benches, cabinets, countertops. (First sketch)
The walls shaded in are in place. The others are proposed. The tools are laid out based on a work flow of wood sizes I would expect (second post), in and out of each tool.
Because I work at an A/E firm, I will get one the Mechanical Engineers to layout and size dust collection and cyclone. But before I enlisted his help in that phase, I want to lock down all the equipment locations and make sure I am not leaving anything else out.
The shop ceilings are 10'. Each tool will get a separate electrical feed back to one of two panels. All the wire, conduit, fittings, receptacles, circuit breakers and panels have been bought based on this general arrangement.
I will have piped compressed air lines space around 20' on center around the shop and will have regular intervals of standard 20A-120v duplex receptacles and reel spool receptacle drops above the fixed work bench in the center of the room.
Any thing out of wack or any suggests are welcome.