Look at the free standing outside hot air wood furnaces. I know of several around me that they went about ten feet out from the house/garage/shop and build a little shed or lean to. Then just ran a hot air supply and a cold air return to the free standing wood stove. Wrapped the air ducts with insulation and your good to go.
TSC and Farm & Fleet carry some cheaper models. You just will have to make the duct work and shroud.
Not very many insurance companies will approve a flame type of heater in a shop. They are afraid of explosions from fumes.You may be across whole building from the stove washing some parts in something flammable and the fumes run along the floor and BOOM!!!!
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