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Posted on how many 220s do you need/wish you had?

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Loren

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#1 posted 717 days ago

Well, think about what you’d want to leave hooked up to
220.

Examples are: table saw, dust collector, air compressor.

Most other machines are going to be intermittently used
and plugging them in is no big deal. If you shop is big and
you have room for permanent infeed/outfeed areas for
each machine, that’s nice. As a practical matter I
have all my stuff on wheels and positioning machines
and plugging them in is part of the process.

I have only 2 220 volt outlets and I get by with them
fine, but my DC and air compressor are 110.

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