CountryGardens wrote: Tools, 10" table saw, 8" table saw, 12" miter saw, 12" extra fine miter saw, 4 routers on tables, 3 routers, portable, dovetail jig, 12½" planer, 6" jointer, 18"-36" drum sander, 4 orbital sanders, pocket hole jig & drill, 4 screw guns, 12" band saw, 2 small drill presses, 2 dust collectors, 2 shop vacs, 2 hand held jig saws, portable planer, somewhere around 30 pipe clamps, various other clamps.
We have many multiples because of saving set up time. One table saw is for hardwood ripping, the other for plywood. Routers are mostly set for certain job. One drill press is strictly for drilling hinge holes.
This is really a full-filled dream. I started in an old hen house with a 6½ ft ceiling. When you are going to build new, it's nice to get it right.
We put in big doors for moving things around. Doors to storage area & finish room are 4 ft wide.
We have an 8 ft door to the outside. We can back the van in there to unload plywood or anything if weather is bad.
I built this material storage, copied from local Menards store.