Day before yesterday Easter, a friend came over and we put the circuits through their paces. At times, both the big and the little collectors had to run in conjunction with stationary and portable sanders, the band saw and the miter.
That's a lot of amps and reminded me I had to pick up a couple more 220 outlets and plugs so I could add a dedicated 220 outlet for the small collector.
I was glad I had four wall circuits and alternated between two circuits, as I worked down each wall, because the amp hungry miter and the small collector would have over-taxed a single 12 gauge circuit.
Currently, I have a temporary line running from the house. It only supplies sixty amps. So putting two guys in a shop making saw dust, using the things noted, pushes harder than I'd like.
A line from the street to supply 200 amp service is scheduled for summer. Then that'll get taxed more for a forced air heating and cooling system.
[INSULATION - HEATING, COOLING & SOUND PROOFING]
When wiring is complete, I'm thinking of going with mineral wool bats. They offer a bit more insulation value, and contribute to a quieter neighborhood.
I noticed I could see light at various spots at the bottom of the walls. From my experience, spending the fifteen bucks for a case of caulk and sealing every joint I could find produced impressive results in sound proofing. After all, sound is just air movement.
Then there's the house, which is my excuse for a new eighteen hundred square foot play area.
The reason I have what you want is, I never lent it out before.
Scraps are a myth.