Topic: Re: Shop lights , where do you put them?
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Main lights, task lights, drop lights, you can never have too much lighting.
I have two sets of six strip lights down each side of the shop, each side on a separate switch. I have four four foot two tube lights over each bench and the table saw, all with pull switches and connected to a single wall switch. I have a drop light near the big door, small battery powered light over the sink, and desk lights over the lathe, band saw, and scroll saw. I also have motion detector lights over both shop doors.
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