I don't know if there is a "best" shape for a shop! The shop should be configured to suit you and your workflow. Where are the rough materials coming in the shop, where will you break them down, where will your jointer and planer be in relation to those broken down materials? It takes a lot of thought as to how you work and what work you have in mind.. Is it going to be a business? Hobby? or a general shop with auto tools, or garden and lawn tools? There's a lot to consider, take your time! think it through. The other part is your landscape, and weather patterns. Is your area prone to flooding, High winds, etc:
Our construction guys use these for storing materials at site. They're generally not a problem. But I remember being in Savannah and one of these sank into the ground after a hard rain about 6". We couldn't get the doors open, had to get the crane to lift it out.
Depending on your soil conditions you may need to put this thing on piles/sonotubes if you don't want it shifting over a long period of time. So don't think you can just place this thing anywhere and be ok
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I store my 3000 vertically. If I wasn't able to I would make some brackets and store it on edge. (The edge opposite of the splinter guard) Id make sure it fit snug betweem the bracket and the wall.
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