Feedback Wanted For Workshop Space
I am in the planning stages for turning a pole barn into a woodshop and would love to get people's thoughts/feedback. I know I can change things up if needed, but I would like to get close so when I run electrical I am making smart choices with what is on what circuit, where to put dust collection, etc.
I am lucky enough to have a 48'x36' pole barn as my future shop space. I plan to insulate and figure out some sort of heating to help keep the edge off, and to keep the temp in the barn above the due point so the wet weather of the Pacific North West doesn't rust up the tools.
I have all the tools pictured thanks to being given some from family that were sitting in a barn, and some SUPER lucky craigslist find (sliding table saw for $450). I don't have a cyclone seperator, but figured that would be a good spot for one eventually. I plan to build a sort of table connecting the two table saws with storage under, a storage area for the miter saw eventually too. Also the shelving would be future built. Most other tools will be on casters so they could be pulled away from the wall if needed for running larger things through them.
The smaller room will be a finishing room where I could spray or wipe on finishes and keep the environment dust free while working in the rest of the space.
Thanks in advance!
Top down view, big openings are sliding barn doors
Left side view with some walls hidden
Right side view with some walls hidden
rear view with some walls hidden
finishing area, would spray next to the fans then set things on the shelves
More storage in the finishing area for supplies and whatnot
My inspiration for the table saw setup was the guy's woodshop I got them from. They were connected to a "shared" outfeed table of sorts. My sketchup model doesn't show this very well, mostly because I am still learning how to use it better.