cyrille

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  1. hello, sorry, "rabot" is the planer (french word)... I do not used the jointer a lot, which is why I have it on the side, however, I do use the planer a LOT! U guess my boards are usually straight enough that I do not need to use the Jointer much... anyhow, it is my perception that, on the jointer, you can not put boards longer than twice the jointer length (give or take), so this means that I do not need that much in/outfeed space... is this not a correct reasoning? Cyrille
  2. hello, I am working on building a workshop, it will have a 5.6*4.6m (17*14ft) inside dimensions... My "problem" is trying trying to place the various items in the shop (which I need to do ahead of time as I want to bury power and dust collection pipes)... Since I am at the design phase, I can do prety much what I want, which is nice! however, I have a hard time thinking how to organize the various items... Hence asking for help here!!!! I need to place the following items (by order of most to least used): Rigid table saw: 160*100cm tool box: 50*70cm planer: 70*100 6" jointer (110*60cm) band saw: 60*50cm lathe: 160*50cm I also have a bench (70*180cm), BUT I am willing to change/recreate it as needed. for example to transform it into a combination bench/outfeed table for the bandsaw... I woudl also like to find a way to use the 'door' to cut and plane longer boards... But I have not found a good solution without using a large garage door... I have a slew of smaller bench tools, but these will most likely sit on woodshop long benches/cabinets on the wall sides. Simillary, the jointer (which I seldom use) is planned to be on the side and brought forward when needed) I plan to do a lot of wood storage on the outside, I will also place the dust collection outside. Any advices? proposal? Thanks, Cyrille