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#1 posted 2430 days ago

When I worked in a professional cabinet shop we had an entry/exit ritual that involved once entering the building you went straight to the electrical panel and threw breakers for certain pieces of equipment (CNC machine, wide belt sander, compressor/air dryer) but not the whole shop. Personally, I think it is a great idea to have a master cut off for all your equipment…that would give me alot of piece of mind when away from the shop. And to place it right by the door is very smart, although that would be a little tricky to do if you wern’t wiring from scratch.

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