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    Bennie Dempsey

    3D Planning Software

    Thread Starter: Bennie Dempsey

    Hey all! I would like to start planning out my projects before I begin them, as I've heard that's a good habit to have. I can find a modeling program online pretty easily, but I wanted to see what you guys use. I am awful at hand drafting so paper and pencil isn't my go-to for personal projects....

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    Paul F Franklin

    New Lee Valley Web Site

    Thread Starter: Paul F Franklin

    Seems the roll out of the new site is not going completely smoothly. Have been trying to place an order all morning and the site just spins when I try to checkout. Tried a few different browsers too. Guess I may have to call :eek: New site design seems nice and clean though but it will take...

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    Alan Lightstone

    High CRI Workshop LEDs

    Thread Starter: Alan Lightstone

    I've been spending tons of time looking for high CRI (>90, hopefully 93-95) LED bulbs / fixtures for my workshop build. I'm having a real tough time finding LED tube fixtures with high CRIs (looking for 4000-4100K fixtures). I can find Edison base bulbs or floods with high CRIs, but linear...

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    Ronald Blue

    Two Year Old Camaster Stinger III

    Thread Starter: Ronald Blue

    I have a locally available Camaster Stinger III. It's a 4 X 8 machine with a three head setup. Whats the benefit of the three head arrangement? Is it an alternative to an ATC system? What's a fair price? He says it was $18,000 new. He's discounted it a lot from that amount. Nearly half. He did say...

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    Tom Trees

    Suitable relay for three wire control on a VFD

    Thread Starter: Tom Trees

    Hello folks I have been walking through the steps with another forum member on setting up a VFD for his saw. Unfortunately the VFD does not have a relay OR COMMON for three wire control/push button station. Can any of you guys point me in the right direction to find a suitable relay for him? ...

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    Derek Cohen

    How to do these drawers?

    Thread Starter: Derek Cohen

    I am planning another build as a wedding gift, this time a niece. She picked out this entry hall table, which she wants in Jarrah. Straightforward enough build, with the case in mitred through dovetails the only tricky bit. I've done a few of these now, so know what lies in store. ...

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