Do you run both TS at the same time? If not, it looks like you made the ducting overly complicated to me. I have two table saws also, but I would never run both at the same time. The lower (cabinet) collection is done with one down pipe that is split to each saw, each with their own blast gate. DSCN2763.jpg Here is a view from in front of the contractor saw. Notice you can just barely see the blast gate under the contractor saw at the top right corner.DSCN2762.jpg And then the blast gate on the cabinet saw.DSCN2573-1.jpg The TS drop is the first drop on the system. The main pipe splits after that and my overhead guard comes off of one side of that split.
Now, I see you have two 6" pipes coming through the wall from the cyclone...are you using the CV Max? If so, then your piping makes perfect sense. Jim.
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