Dan's post about the AC adaptor for the laser on his hollowing rig reminded me about these pics I took a year and a half ago but never posted.
I have a couple long power strips that I got at Fry's a few years ago. I was wanting to use one by my lathe for running all sorts of things, but didn't want it on the floor. It turns out that the strip is an exact fit between the legs of my lathe, and the webbing near the tops of the legs worked great for supporting it. I added some industrial-strength stickyback Velcro to help hold it in place, although I still need to use one hand to hold the strip when I unplug something. The strip makes it easy to kill the power on all the little things at the end of a shop day.
It has proven to be one of the handiest additions I've done to my lathe. It powers my right-angle drill, the power supply for my woodburning pens, a couple light fixtures, my 3" ROS, and probably other tools I'm forgetting. No digging around through the curlies for the end of an extension cord...just reach under the lathe to plug stuff in.
In the second pic, you can also see the dual 220v outlets attached to the left-hand leg of the lathe. One outlet powers the lathe and the other is for the bandsaw or vacuum pump. My lathe is not against any walls, so I had to drop the power from another 220v outlet on the ceiling. Having the outlets mounted where they are keeps them out of the curlies and sawdust, and makes it very convenient to unplug the lathe when I'm not using it.