There are numerous strings on dust collection.
You can get 4 inch clear plastic, flexible hose from Rockler and most other suppliers. I have a somewhat smaller shop and found the 21 foot hose perfect to take around to every machine as I use it. Another 10 feet of this hose will be needed to run from a chip collector to your blower.
Harbor Freight has a large blower that works well for me. ULead has 30 gallon and larger fiber drums you can use to collect chips before then enter the blower. Rockler has a pair of ports meant to go through holes you cut in the metal top of the drum, one sucks dust in (where the larger chips drop down into the drum, the lightest dust particles are sucked out by the blower and blown into a filter bag.
Read the threads on dust collection.
Having build two of these (my planer and jointer are in the garage, the shop is too small for them), if I had a larger shop such as yours with all machines in it, I would have been better off buying a smaller dust collection unit. Delta and many other manufacturers make them. They seem expensive at first, but you only need a couple of attachments and ports to make them work. Plan on $500 to $800 for all the attachments, ports, hoses, floor vacuum attachments and whatever collection unit you buy.
I'm a throat cancer survivor so I think dust collection is a very serious issue and I'd make sure you don't stint on it. You may also wish to purchase or make a dust filter that hangs from the ceiling to keep the air clear of dust--there are always particles that get away and a filter really helps.
I found a battery operated mask that blows air in through a filter--which is great because your glasses don't fog that way and positive pressure keeps out stray dust. For quick cuts I keep a box of surgical type dust masks that have elastic top and bottom that stretch over your ears.
Dust collection took far more attention and money than I figured but it is pretty dangerous to try to do without. Check the forum for dust collection and there is plenty of help available there. Or search for DesertRatTom for a far more extensive and detailed description of a home made system.