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#1 posted 11-25-2012 10:36 PM

Air cleaners are usually placed with the back against a wall and collects dust from the sides and exhausts out from the wall. Think of a “T” with the inlets at left and right and the outlet at the stem of the T. This is to enhance the air circulation pattern. The exhaust from the air cleaner should extend out as far as possible for air circulation. I think I would place the air cleaner. back against the wall and above the miter saw and duct the exhaust past the table saw. Regardless of where you end up with your optimum layout, you should have outlets located at least 6’ apart. You can never have too many outlets. If you have or anticipate any 220 V tools, you should have at least one 220 outlet.


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