Originally Posted by jimnycricket65
I happened to get a 230v duct collector so I accommodate that. I am not sure if I will need more power than what I have with SS Table Saw.
I am now gonna layouts and hang the 4" pvc to individually receive saw dusts from table saw, router, mitre, scroll, and a sander...any tips to keep in mind?
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If you are going to bring 220 into the garage anyway, then you can choose when to switchover the SawStop. If it is doing the job anyway, there may be no need to bother. If you blow the circuit breaker from time to time, or the saw seems to bog down when it shouldn't, then think about switching the saw to 220.
I am still at the "roll shop vac to the tools" dust collection phase, so take any dust collection advise with a grain of salt, but I would be thinking about the following:
* Keep the runs as short and smooth as possible. Maybe put the dust collector in a central place, so that runs are shorter. Keep bends to a minimum. Eliminate or keep flex hose to a minimum.
* Think about attachment points for hand tools, such as a random orbital sander.
* Think about how you can inspect and clean out any areas that seem to collect or clog with sawdust.
* Think about how you might use the system to vacuum the floor, clean work surfaces, and do general cleanup.
* Think about future tools and how you will expand your dust collection design to meet their needs.