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  1. The normally opened momentary start switches are...

    The normally opened momentary start switches are all wired in parallel and the normally closed momentary stop switches are wired in series.
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    https://youtu.be/jzKCJsou10w

    https://youtu.be/jzKCJsou10w
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    I saw an article that poo pooed the contest. The...

    I saw an article that poo pooed the contest. The Telsa because it's heavy already had the advantage. The Telsa started the pull first which gave it the advantage. The pickup truck was in two wheel...
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    The newer "puffy" trucks are significantly more...

    The newer "puffy" trucks are significantly more safe and quite a bit quieter inside. I went from a 1988 GMC 2500 to a 2007 GMC 2500 and the difference was immense. The 88 had a 150HP motor and the...
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    It's probably a skin over something more rigid.

    It's probably a skin over something more rigid.
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    I remember when the Ford Taurus came out. It was...

    I remember when the Ford Taurus came out. It was computer aerodynamically designed. After that a lot of cars that came out had a great deal of similarities to that design because it was fuel...
  7. If you just have a contactor that is operated by...

    If you just have a contactor that is operated by a 12v coil system and the whole system doesn't run off of 120v to make it all go then you can just replace the feeds from the contactor from the 120v...
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    I agree with Tom. All the new breakers have...

    I agree with Tom. All the new breakers have issues with this and that and can be troublesome. Plus they are much more expensive than a standard breaker. I'd just let it be myself.

    I agree with...
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    There would be no restriction in my design. All...

    There would be no restriction in my design. All it's doing essentially is eliminating the 4" section of tubing and getting the 2 1/2" right into the pickup area. Keeping the velocity of air faster...
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    Totally depends on how small your parts are going...

    Totally depends on how small your parts are going to be. If you are cutting cabinet sides and parts which are fairly large sq ft wise then a lower HP pump would be fine. But if you are making...
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    Going from 2 1/2" to 4" might reduce the air...

    Going from 2 1/2" to 4" might reduce the air speed too much for effective pickup. You could always make an adapter and an end block so the 2 1/2" went all the way through to the pickup sweep. That...
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    It's the switch.

    It's the switch.
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    I've got an Ariens 824 that's 30 years old, one...

    I've got an Ariens 824 that's 30 years old, one rebuild because of a blown engine (28" was too much for the old girl) and it rarely ever clogs. When it does clog it's because I'm blowing pure slush....
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    I just picked up the updated version of that...

    I just picked up the updated version of that printer, the ET-4760. Went to staples because they had the best price on the 4750 and they didn't have one in stock. They had the 4760 in stock for $100...
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    Mass isn't going to wear out the spindle...

    Mass isn't going to wear out the spindle bearings. Not being in perfect balance will though.
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    Pretty much all I use is brazed tooling for...

    Pretty much all I use is brazed tooling for shapers. And I have several panel cutters and used them at 7 and 10K
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    I have three 3HP Delta shapers. Keep a door...

    I have three 3HP Delta shapers. Keep a door setup on them. Cope, Stick and Panel cutter. I'd like a 4th in case I need to do some other shaper work. That way I don't have to break anything down. ...
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    A starting pin with a long infeed of your...

    A starting pin with a long infeed of your template makes everything pretty safe. I even have a plastic guard that goes on top of the cutter that has a bearing that pretty much makes it as safe as it...
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    If you think that's scary wait until you do your...

    If you think that's scary wait until you do your first templated cathedral panel with that cutter spinning in the open air with no fence to be seen.
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    I like that idea too. That's why I have 8 drills...

    I like that idea too. That's why I have 8 drills on site when installing cabinets.
  21. Get some 40 grit Mirka HD paper and you'll make...

    Get some 40 grit Mirka HD paper and you'll make some good progress. Just remember you'll need to go through 80, 120 and 150 to get a nice surface for finishing when you take in account of your final...
  22. I've never had a light in the freezer until my...

    I've never had a light in the freezer until my last refrigerator (LG). I thought it was pretty nice to have one up there but if it didn't not that big of a deal.
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    The most used machines in the shop are the...

    The most used machines in the shop are the tablesaw, jointer and planer. I can't imagine trying to run a business without those and having to do my sawing with a hand saw, my jointing with a...
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    Ideally when you setup your dovetail jig the fit...

    Ideally when you setup your dovetail jig the fit is with a little friction. Using a mallet to get the slightly oversized tails into the sockets is the best way to clamp with no clamps. The friction...
  25. It's not a crude tool, but it's not a precision...

    It's not a crude tool, but it's not a precision tool either. Depends on the users skill I suppose.
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