Put the jointer/planer/router table/bandsaw ALL on mobile bases and move them
about as you see fit for the particular project at hand. It's ALMOST always
best to place the jointer next to and parallel with the normal stock travel
through the table saw .. .. as usual, you requirements may dictate otherwise.
Don't see any provisions for compressed air or dust collection .. .. something
to seriously consider.
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I'd switch your workbench and your table saw around and then move your table
saw "down" (as shown in your drawing). Then you can put the planer right
beside the jointer and free up the corner for ????
Move your material storage to the wall beside the pedestrian door (on the
right as you walk in) and move your router table and bandsaw to the area you
now show your material storage in.
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Make sure you have at least 8'-0" in front and behind the table saw. Seems
like you do not have anywhere this amount from your layout. The shortest
dimension is the limit of the saw. You may also want to line up the router
table next to the saw and use it for an extension table, it works great.
Same with the jointer and planer. The distance to the wall is the longest
piece you can run through either one and you do not seem to have enough room
for any of these pieces. Another option is to put everything on casters,
then you can roll each piece to where it will fit your use. Good luck.
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