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information woodworking resource from ShopNotes - free woodworking plans projects electricity on off switches plug in Adding a Switched Outlet (PDF) 
Turning a power tool on and off is easy right? Just flip the switch. Unfortunately, it’s not always convenient or even easy to access a switch quickly especially on a hand-held router that’s been mounted in a table. I found this out on the Stow-Away Router Table in Issue No. 71. To solve this problem, I added a switched outlet to the side of the table. With a switched outlet that’s positioned for easy access, you won not have to worry about finding the on/off switch especially if you need to get to it in a hurry. This supplementary article is available to download in this Online Extra.
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information woodworking resource from WoodworkingTips - information free tips power tools woodworking workshops Buying an Electric Motor 
When I am shopping for a power tool, any tool with an electric motor, I don not simply rely on the most prominently labeled horsepower rating. It may be mis-leading. Some manufacturers list the motor is maximum developed horsepower rather than its continuous duty horsepower rating.
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information woodworking resource from James J. Roche - information articles power tools workshops Electric Motors Frequently asked Questions 
There are many kinds of motors, but this article considers only two kinds used frequently in woodworking tool applications: universal AC/DC motors and single-phase induction motors.
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information woodworking resource from Rick Christopherson - information electricity woodworking Electricity in the Woodshop - Waterfront Woods 
At the link, click on the article for Electricity In The Workshop to the left of the screen.
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free offer woodworking resource from Free Trade Magazines - electricity,electrical energy,free offers,free trial subscriptions, plans,projects,patterns Free Distributed Energy Magazine 
Free Magazine. Geographic Availability: U.S. Only. If you are looking for practical information on minimizing business interruptions by generating power right there on your own property, you should request a complimentary subscription. Published bi-monthly, DISTRIBUTED ENERGY, the Journal for Onsite Power Solutions reaches more than 20,000 of your colleagues throughout North America.
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information woodworking resource from WoodworkingTips - electricity workshops information tips GFCI extension cords 
This may seem a little odd to present in the context of woodworking tips, but I have wanted to share this idea for a while -- making your own Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter extension cord.
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information woodworking resource from FineWoodworking - information machinery tools workshops Making Three-Phase Machines Work in a One-Phase Shop 
Most heavy machinery is designed to be run on three-phase electrical power, but a number of options are available to get the tools running in your one-phase home shop.
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information woodworking resource from Rick Christopherson - tools woodworking workshops information Phase Converter 
Sometimes a woodworker will find himself with a 3-phase tool, but his shop only supplies single phase, 240 volt power. 3-phase motors are common for industrial grade tools, as their efficiency is higher than their single phase counterparts. In order to operate a 3-phase motor on single phase power, we need to make an artificial three phase system. This is accomplished by using a phase converter. At the link click on the article for Building A Phase Converter to the left of your screen.
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information woodworking resource from HandymanWire - information steps electrical workshops Wiring 3-Way or 4-Way Switch 
Do you need to wire 2 switches to control the same light or lights?? Or, wire 3 switches to control the same light or lights?? Here are the instructions for wiring...
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