Storage Cutting Rack Orientation...

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  1. HansenMech

    HansenMech Member

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    Hey Guys. Finally getting through all the wiring and such to get the shop fully operational.. Having trouble with how I should orientate my storage/cutting rack. I have 2 saws which I am trying to have usable and not block my access to the storage. Here are pictures for best explanation.. Let me know your thoughts.

    Currently thinking to put saw's side by side right next to one another and parallel with to not hinder either one.

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    nwaPLASMA Well-Known Member

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    Man. Wish I had that kind of space.
     
  3. Jerry Harlow

    Jerry Harlow New Member

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    Nice looking work space. What I have used in my own shop is to build or shim the saws so their work tables are the same height and line them up.so they can act as in feed/out feed tables for each other. Sometimes other equipment can be worked into the system like welding tables, workbenches and mils. Laying it all out in your head is the armchair work some of my friends call naps. :)

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