Thank you for the feed back,Layout: Wheels on anything you can get them on that will be safe. Tall floor machines like drill presses and maybe band saws need to be on the floor and not on wheels.
Nice shop building. The garage door will make getting things in and out so much easier.
Wheels!Thank you for the feed back,
I had the opportunity to purchase a buddies dads woodworking equipment after he passed and he had everything on wheels. And yes if you look closely the windows on the left side of the shop are up high. Was kinda planning on making that my “break down” starting point. Just can’t make my mind up as have a stationary miter station or mobile. Along that wall.
9 ft ceilings are great. Wheels are great. I even put my 4x8 assembly table on wheels. Power to my main saw was in the floor, part of construction. One end was dedicated to racks for wood. Yours layout looks good.
Shop inside 20x24, (there’s also a 8’ cover porch on the back) one story with basicly 11’ 2x6 stud wallsNice!
Not sure of the shop size, but looks nice.
Dust collection: Are you going to vent outside, or?
If outside, is there a specific window you'll use?
Low\high ceilings, 2 level - 2nd for wood storage, or only 1 level?
Send us more information on the shop specifics when you have time..
Thank you for the post and keep us informed on the progress, when you can.