This is my old shop space: http://familywoodworking.org/forums/...on-in-progress, it was a one car attached garage.
I'm moving to a two car detached garage. A friend of mine with a truck unexpectedly dropped by today and we brought over my RAS, BS and jointer / DP (they share a mobile base to counter the wobbliness of each). The garage is about 20 feet square. It has two overhead doors which I define as the front and a mandoor (installed by me, including framing up some extra space above the door with glass blocks) on the right, right about halfway back. I promise to post pics when I work up the energy - we're still moving stuff. Mostly my stuff at this point - flat wood, bowl blanks, tools, a workbench / assembly table (I'll be able to move the lathe off of this table! ), a couple #6 and one each #8 and #62 handplanes; Olympic weight set; wargaming miniatures; sewing machine (a nice mechanical Pfaff that will, with minor protest, go through 3/8" leather); a professional chemistry and mathematics library that, sadly, is likely going to shrink due to mold following unexpected flooding while I was rehabbing the new house - thankfully we'd already packed and staged most of the gaming books); and, well, I think that about covers what is left to move, oh, wait, some carboys for homebrewing! Knew I was forgetting something.
So, on the left side wall just inside the left overhead door I installed a couple stud pieces to use as clamp racks. In front of this is going to be the drill press and jointer (same mobile base to avoid wobbliness). Continuing along the wall is going to be the RAS and then assembly table / workbench. The thought (thanks to a coworker) is that I can open the overhead for long pieces when needed. I really need a pic for this. It has been awhile, is it ok that I'm using Flickr as a pic host instead of uploading here?