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The first plan you make may well change—indeed, you may revise the plans many times—but the discipline of putting it on paper will compel you to ask yourself questions, to search out information, and to make adjustments.
For laying out a workshop floor plan, this is what’s required: a couple of sharp pencils and some graph paper will do. In your mind, walk through the operations involved in the work you will do in your workshop, and translate the logic to your plan. Preparing this piece of paper can prove to be an important discipline in thinking about your workshop.


In considering where the tools should go, keep in mind that the arrangement of the workshop should be an organic one: The sequence of tools should follow the life of the process. If you plan to fix or make objects larger than a breadbox, you will probably need another work surface, a work or assembly table with a broad top. For tools or work surfaces you don’t yet own, use the dimensions given in tool catalogs to guide you through the planning process. If your workshop space will double as a garage, be sure to identify the floor space that will, at least some of the time, be occupied by your vehicle.






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