I like to look at other folk's shops, see their layout, machines, storage methods etc. So It's only fair that I provide the same type of info - but with a context. Feel free to poke around.
Here's the the shop with most of the big stuff identified. The left half of the shop is the "clean, quiet area" - a place for contemplation, layout, assembly and finishing. The right half of the shop is The Space of Dust and Noise - where large, expensive pieces of exotic woods are converted to valueless, hard to dispose of sawdust, chips and scraps - all done with the aid of
large, heavy, horsepowered, screaming RPMed, carbide tipped. finger stealing, spinning things!!!!!
(OK - so there's a couple of wall cabinets full of hand tools - bench chisels, mortising chisels, paring chisels, crank necked chisels, carving chisels - iron and wood planes, #4, #5, #6, # 7, #45, #47, #71, block, jack and jointer planes ... marking gauges, marking knives, scrapers, squares, hand saws, a bow saw - mallets and hammers ....)
Click on the side of the shop you'd like to see more about