Because we're all kind of major geeks in many ways... Such as vicariously living through each others purchases and shop evolutionary endeavors, I figured I'd start a dedicated detailed thread for all to see and comment on.
I've already shared some info on the SCTW table saw for $800 (I ended up getting the CI top for $1000) love it!!!
So far I have following large PT items in the shop ready for use (once the owner has installed out of his pocket!!! Saweet!!!)
Rikon 10-340 BS
SCTW 3HP TS
Cal-Hawk POS BS (still needs a motor start cap... Any tips where to buy them? Google has not been friendly to me in this quest)
Bosch 4100 (jobsite of course, but its helped me get stuff built in the meantime)
I have bought several shelving units. Some metal, some heavy duty resin and some quick down and dirty work benches from BORG. Those will be for my electronic workstation and some other unknown purpose.
I'm planning to build TWW's assembly, and perhaps his old TS outfeed table with modified storage beneath.
I've already built TWW's lumber rack, and will soon add a modified sheet goods cart. I plan to build a mobile workstation of sort that will reside beneath the extension wing of the TS. Of course much shop cabinetry, but that will be down the road.
My CVC CVMAX is on order and is 2-3 weeks from delivery. (10% code... PM me...) I will use 8" ASTM-3034 for my main runs and 6" ASTM-2629 for my tool drops. All of my big tools already 6" ports that I added earlier this year. I have a 10"x4"x6" HVAC boot to upgrade my SCTW TS to a 6" port.
The CVMAX will have its own dedicated 220V circuit. The bandsaws will have their own 220V. The jointer and planer will have their own. As will my two TS's. I may end up selling the old TS setup and getting a better router table solution.
The only 'big' PT I really have a great need for is a SCMS. I have a long wall between two doors that, to me, is just screaming SCMS station!!!
I'm actually leaving enough space to park my van as well. When working, I'll pull the van out and that area will be for breaking down sheet goods and assembly of larger projects.
Ok... That last photo is not mine. But it is right next door to me. Ironically, my landlord started that very cabinet making co. 25 years ago and was bought out by his partner.
Tomorrow I move my large assembly table/storage/bench, WM-718, jointer, table saw, existing cyclone DC, and whatever else will fit.