Here's a snowball effect for you; I was starting in on my cyclone install. This should be easy as I have the plug and breaker positions ready and in use by my current 110v unit. Just swap the outlet and breaker and I'm in business.
Well, I could do that but I really need some more electrical across the shop on the other wall.
*** Special note to all who are planning their electrical; putting in twice as much as you could ever possibly need will not save you from needing more ***
Anyway, the physical path for routing any new electrical will end up behind the cyclone. If I want anything added, now is the time so, full stop on the G0440 install and full speed ahead on the electrical expansion. More snowball as I decide to add more wall outlets that will require an "adjustment" to one of the lumber racks to get at the walls behind it . . . and . . . so it begins. Since we all love adding power (yeah, right) I thought I'd take you all along for the ride.
First off it is the DEAD OF WINTER where I live . . . Brrrrrrrr, 70's.
Here is the nice space left after moving out my current DC, blade rack, jig pegs, overarm hood and all that.
Here's the box that went in with phase 1.
Time to shred some drywall!