couple of things
first i have a rolling table that would work well for your work flow mine is similar. they are used alot in warehouses it has a top shelf and a bottom shelf which yuou could use for transporting long and short stuff has shopping cart type handle on one end.. you get the picture.. not knowing the length ahead of the table saw i woul allow the same distance in frt as the back for ripping. the shaper in my opinion and from what i have seen should be out in the open as you now have it.. the band saw and scroll saw could be moved to the wall as they are usually fiorshort intricate stuff rather than being in the middle of the shop.. the small jointer, not your bigg daddy thats comin could along the left siude of your table saw and would be a easier hook up for DC unless it interfers with your acess to your motor access.. and the height can be adjust to be lower than the table saws table. in my hope to have shop i am going to have mine slide under the radial table on some heavy duty rollers like stu did..yup i am quilty of stealin ideas too oh and if there is chance you could send me that sketup pic i wouldlove to use those pieces for my layout.. thanks looked impressive.
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