By Henry Berns, Henry Berro
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SETTING UP SHOP 29 Finally Ray has a small table to pack his work. He has packing materials, boxes, tape and shipping labels. A small postal scale completes the setup. This ideal shop works directly out of Ray's process plan. Materials are easily handled. Operations requiring large power tools and generating large amounts of dust are grou ped together to take advantage of a central dust collector attached to the tools. The tools are placed in a work-flow order that makes it easy for one person to handle each step.
34 CHAPTER 5 WORKSPACE CHECKLIST After you visualize your workspace, start a checklist ofwhat you want and need. Following are some items to consider. Since every woodworker has some specialized requirements, you'll be adding more of your own to the list, while others may not be relevant to your needs. Location We've all heard the cliche about location being the three most important qualities of any real estate decision, and for most uses this is correct. Location is the primary factor determining price or rent, which is a major consideration.
SE TTING UP SHOP 31 CHAPTER 5 Home shops vs. commercial space Planning the move Tools for woodworking FINDING THE RIGHT SPACE Tools for business The space you work in has an impact on the success of your business and the enjoyment you get from that business. By considering the processes you use while creating your products and dealing with your customers before you plan your workspace, you'll ensure that the space functions efficiently. What defines a shop that "works"? Efficiency, comfort, accessibility, expandability and safety are prime considerations.