Does anyone have suggestions regarding these wiring scenarios? I have a mobile work bench with built-in tools and I need to supply power to the work bench for its tools and receptacles. I plan on using the cable from a 10 gauge extension cord, the first ±20-30 feet of cable will go from a wall receptacle in the garage to a J-Box on the work bench. The remaining cord will be used to wire from the J-Box to other switches and receptacles on the work bench. *SEE DRAWING Tool Amps: Highest draw tool = 15a Dust collection vacuum = 8a The worst scenario would be a 15a tool plus 8a vacuum (15+8=23a) on together. Since these ratings are most likely ‘startup’ amps, I have the ability to stagger the startup of each tool. Example, start the vacuum and then a few seconds later start a tool. Garage Circuits Available: 15a shared (unlikely anything would be drawing power (or much power) on this circuit while I’m working at the work bench) 20a dedicated Q: Add a 20a style plug to the cord and wire the entire work bench with 20a receptacles and switches. I lose the ability to ever plug the work bench into a 15a circuit, unless I use a 20 to 15 adapter when needed, which I guess is available. Q: Leave the factory 15a style plug on the cord and wire the entire work bench with 20a receptacles and switches. Q: I looked at some 20a Legrand products at Lowes. Both the receptacle and switch stated 10-14 stranded or solid. Both had the side clamp feature that I need. The switch’s clamp was out in the open with plenty of room to get a 10g stranded in, but on the receptacle the 10g stranded needed to pass through a hole first to get to the clamp. That hole IMO didn’t allow the 10g stranded to pass easily. You had to twist and push hard to get it in which really mangled the outer strands. I haven’t yet been to Home Depot to see what Leviton offers. Q: Per the drawing I would like to have 2 locations to switch the vacuum on/off. Would there be a problem if switch #1 was ON while switch #2 was also turned ON by accident? In other words the vacuum receptacle would be receiving incoming power from both switches. I’m not looking for a 3-way wiring option, as that would cause one switch to be in the UP position and the other to be DOWN, I want UP to mean ON, and DOWN to mean OFF for both switches. I will wait for comments if anything needs clarification.