Water table splash

I have a question for those who are using water tables. How are you keeping the CNC from getting splashed? I was going to build a shield but I am afraid it could interfere with the arm. Thanks in advance

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I have a 3 inch air gap I have a little bit more smoke but my consumables don’t get wet.

Thank you for your response. I’ll try lowing my water level some

I use a water bath that’s 8-10 inches below cutting surface, that catches most of the smoke, then I use a Miller Electric fume collector and that gets the rest of the smoke. It works for me, my shop is climate controlled so I try to keep it clean …… try being the key word

Happy cutting !