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Nice shop layout I would love to have the same amount of room, nice big doors to get everything in and out. I have a drop saw similar Einhell XM305 and carrying it about is a chore so I can understand PWs comment, but I am at a loss of a better solution, I guess I will have to just keep carrying it around keeps my arms in shape I guess if nothing else
I like the concept but question lifting the chop saw or whatever into & out of the table. Think a roller stand that could be wheeled into the space and raised would be better. Multiple tools could be handled to use that space and have the advantage of the large surrounding table for in & out feed. Still p;lenty of room for drawers and cabinets. When you finish I think you'll have a very good piece of shopweare.
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