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I decked out my chop saw station with a shop vacuum for dust collection and a shop light so I can see where I’m cutting. It worked great except for one thing: I had to flip two switches just to make one cut.The solution was simple. I bought a power strip,with keyholes for mounting, for about $6 at the hardware store and plugged everything into that.Now when I want to make a cut, I flip a single switch on the power strip and my chop saw station springs to life.No more fumbling around.






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