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Duane Benson
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Re: Orientation counts too
Duane Benson   3/14/2014 7:49:43 PM
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And, there are times when 45 and 135 make sense. You can alternat bowls between the two angles and pack more in, while still allowing a clear water jet path.

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Orientation counts too
Duane Benson   3/14/2014 7:46:41 PM
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You also have to consider orientation. You don't want pooled water left in a dish after the load is done. Yuck. You should also consider the direction that the water jets are coming from. Only then, can you consider the most space efficient placement.

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