Here's our shop. This is a 24x36 building that started life as a 3-car garage (the real reason we bought this property). There is an 8x8' side room which I'll show later. We'll enter the shop from the 36" door on the north side 24' wall:
Sharpening station, tool wall (just 3/4" ply), and two Woodtek edge sanders. The one in the back is the new oscillating unit; the one in front is for sale!!
Continuing clockwise, the floor sweep for the DC, the Delta 16-1/2" VS drill press fitted with crosshair laser, and my rolling cart which holds all of my turning stock at the moment (found it at Sam's--great for holding pen and stopper blanks). Behind the cart you see the double doors (recycled from a hospital) for bringing in the big stuff. (We removed a double overhead garage door from this location; the ply tool wall had a single garage door where the wall is now.) Also the stand with the mortiser sitting on top.
Wood storage in the corner, sheet goods standing on edge and lumber above (don't worry, there's more lumber!!).
Left end of the RS bench. Drawers down the left side, oscillating spindle sander in the next cabinet on a pop-up mechanism, RS, and CMS in the next cabinet on another pop-up. Note more lumber above.
Right end of the RS bench. Cabinet for jig and template storage, PM power feeder sitting on the bench, and MatchMaker tucked into the corner.
Looking into the finishing room, with the monster Hitachi resawing bandsaw and the DC hose hanging off it.
Shot down the west wall, showing the overhead cabinets (purchased on clearance at Home Base) and the shop-built cabinets below. Between the first two cabinets lives a rolling assembly/storage cart built to fit. (That's hubby working on a job).
The Delta Unisaw with Bies fence, Excalibur sliding table, and home-built outfeed table with storage beneath (which needs to be closed in to keep the dust out). (Hubby again with the ROS in hand.)
Another shot of the cabinet/workbench wall. Middle opening holds the router table, right opening holds the midi-lathe stand, and 24" Woodtek dual-drum sander.
The two newest toyls, Steel City 6" wedge-bed jointer and 15" planer. Both of these and the Unisaw are hooked into the same DC pipe with blast gates for each one.