Here are two videos that you might find useful. The first one is about 10 minutes and shows a set-up and noise control as well as why it is important to use hard pipe near the collector. The second one is about twice as long and you get the perspective from a person who runs a woodworking school and the whole setup out of the box. Sounds like the engineers from Oneida will basically spec and design your system for free if you ask...and maybe send you some free stuff if they learn you are an influencer extraordinaire.
Great to see you today at the estate sale.
PS: You might consider changing you subject to "Oneida Supercell Advice?" so that folks know you are a buyer.
I'm looking for a new dust collector and I'm considering the Oneida Supercell. But it's expensive and I haven't been able to see it in action. If anyone has experience with one or has one that they would be willing to demonstrate for me, please let me know. I'd really appreciate it.