Just now working my way through this badass project. Well done, prof. I really think you've done a great job on the layout, very efficient. Years back, when I was only making arcade stuff and merely entertaining the idea of real woodworking, I often thought about getting a small trailer to retrofit into a workshop. Not for mobility sake, just a cool idea that, if we moved, I'd still have a place to build things. My plan was to go with mostly hand tools and a few powered for the milling and whatnot. My current work space is ~7x12 so honestly a trailer wouldn't feel foreign at all. lol I'm definitely a fan of your shop-on-the-go. Good stuff, man.
The Bosch is just a small 8" saw that will stay in the trailer and I am getting the Ctl-Cys vac to put under it to hook it up to. I often do the after sales service for the homes i build and also am the one who takes care of all the small deficiencies a few days before I meet with clients to hand the keys over. Sometimes there is one little piece of molding to do and this saw is what I will use it for. Also, sometimes my finishing crew is done and gone but there was one piece of molding missing. I wont make my guy come back for that, I will just do it once I receive the molding from my supplier. For my side jobs I would still bring my Kapex and set it up on site. Kapex does not go to day job jobsite ever.....EVER......NEVER EVER.
I tired the new Sys lite duo, the HKC 55 and the Dwc 18. All really nice. If my next side job pans out I will end up with all these machines probably before year end. She also showed me the Festool MFT set. There is no release date for it here in NA yet but its coming. It will be a very nice kit to have if you have an MFT. If comes with stops, dogs, quick clamps etc all in a sys 1.