By Sandor Nagyszalanczy
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Lots of outlets in the workbench area allow multiple portable power tools to be left plugged in. Machines with larger motors are supplied by dedicated circuits. Overhead outlets for the tablesaw and planer have drop cords, eliminating the need to run cords across the floor. Extra 110v outlets provide power for tools used away from the bench area. 51 • • • Electricity and Lighting Easy-to-Reach Bench Outlets If your shop ha s built-in benches along one or more walls, a convenient strategy is to install 110v outlets at regular intervals both along the backsplash and just below the front edge of the benchtop.
Smooth, hard drywall tends to reflect high-frequency noise very effectively, which can make running a router or tablesaw with a whiney blade unpleasant. Fortunately, adding shelves, cabinets, and even machines to the shop helps dampen reflected sound. If your shop has one or more large, open drywall surfaces, you can attenuate interior noise by installing sound channel and covering the surfaces with sound board (see “Reducing Machinery Noise,” on p. 42) or a heavy, pleated drape made of loosely woven fabric, such as burlap.
7. Wire outlets, switches, and fixtures, making sure all connections and ground wires are proper and secure. • • • 48 9. Flip the breakers off, restore power, Doing it yourself versus hiring a pro Shop wiring is generally not very complicated. If you’ve done home wiring tasks before, you’ll be up to the task of adding new circuits and outlets around the shop. But if you haven’t done much wiring or if your home doesn’t have an electrical service panel with enough extra capacity to handle the needs of power-toolintensive woodworking, upgrading your shop’s wiring can be intimidating.