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    I hope this helps, though I'm late to the party...

    I hope this helps, though I'm late to the party and you have many good suggestions already made.
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    I don’t think I posted what I went with. I put...

    I don’t think I posted what I went with. I put in 12 4-bulb fixtures with the Hyperikon 92 CRI bulbs, 4100K. The light quality is great, and minimal shadows with the large number of fixtures. ...
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    I owned the Harbor Freight overhead hoist in my...

    I owned the Harbor Freight overhead hoist in my last shop. It worked well, but started leaking oil after a while.

    For my new shop I bought far more heavy-duty overhead hoists from Northern Tool. ...
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    I can order a Head CT to make sure there aren't...

    I can order a Head CT to make sure there aren't any other issues.

    Just sayin...

    I couldn't accomplish that feat.
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    Whiteside, Amana, and Infinity Tools (a local...

    Whiteside, Amana, and Infinity Tools (a local company so I can drive 30 min to pick them up, plus have been high quality).
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    In the trash bin, as recycling is a joke around...

    In the trash bin, as recycling is a joke around here (seen the garbage guys dump it in the regular truck way too many times). The mulch with high nitrogen fertilizer sounds interesting. I may give...
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    I must be coffee deprived too. I totally don't...

    I must be coffee deprived too. I totally don't get that.

    I bought the Oneida 5HP version. No issues but quite loud. Pulls tons of air. Still a pain to empty the drum, even with 55gal garbage...
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    Sorry to hear of the fix was short term....

    Sorry to hear of the fix was short term. Hopefully the new board will fix everything. I turn mine on and off all the time. It uses 150 W so Id rather not pay the electricity if Im not using it
  9. I saw a This Old House episode recently where...

    I saw a This Old House episode recently where they did this, so a version must be commercially available.
  10. No, just an exageration. Although the Heat Index...

    No, just an exageration. Although the Heat Index (whatever that artificial number means ) was around 110 last week.
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    I've owned two SawStops. Initially a...

    I've owned two SawStops. Initially a Contractor's saw, and now a 5HP, 3-phase ICS beast. I'm extremely impressed by the build quality, and not worried about support in the future - especially now...
  12. An excellent point, Keith, although, not always...

    An excellent point, Keith, although, not always for us.

    For Hurricane Dorian, our winds were from the North and Northeast, which was weird to say the least. On the Gulf Coast, with hurricanes...
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    I made multiple layouts on paper. Actually...

    I made multiple layouts on paper. Actually posted a few here asking for comments, and sadly didn't get any.

    That being said, by the time the deliveries came, I had a final layout and have stuck...
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    I turn mine on (10HP) when I need it, and turn it...

    I turn mine on (10HP) when I need it, and turn it off after I've used the last 3-phase tool that day. But I've never had any issues with it (knock on wood). Just works flawlessly.

    I'd try...
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    Fortunately for me, I don't have the in-hospital...

    Fortunately for me, I don't have the in-hospital shift this storm. Been there, done that a few times, Jeff, so I feel your pain. I'll likely be picking up the pieces in a few days, though.
    ...
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    It's new to me, but I'm thinking wide belt...

    It's new to me, but I'm thinking wide belt sander.

    Domino is clearly up there.
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    We're undergoing our preparations now. Looks...

    We're undergoing our preparations now. Looks like storm surge, hopefully, won't be an issue on the Gulf coast, so I should be OK with my biggest risk, but really concerned with power outages, as we...
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    Exactly what I do.

    Exactly what I do.
  19. Yes. I put a small magnet on the machine with a...

    Yes. I put a small magnet on the machine with a label that says Blade Tensioned? With yes and no locations.

    So yes I do release the tension every day.
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    That's what I did, but not so easy.

    That's what I did, but not so easy.
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    I have a AFS-1000 and AFS-2000 in a similar sized...

    I have a AFS-1000 and AFS-2000 in a similar sized shop (albeit with a lot taller ceilings). Together in a circular pattern, they work incredibly well.

    I'm also thinking that two AFS-1000 units...
  22. So I took the 1-1/4" hole saw route. Put plywood...

    So I took the 1-1/4" hole saw route. Put plywood above and below, with precut holes in the plywood above to guide the bits (really not necessary - this was in a drill press).

    I went very slowly,...
  23. I'd love a copy too, please. FWIW, I have a...

    I'd love a copy too, please.

    FWIW, I have a Felder FB710, and have no problem tensioning above 25K on a 1" blade. Yes, I know, it's a bigger beast.
    Not sure how much higher I can go. I'll use...
  24. Ooooh!!!! Variable speed would have been nice. ...

    Ooooh!!!! Variable speed would have been nice. Mine is single speed, although, I guess, I could modify that electrically.
  25. I was wondering the same thing.

    I was wondering the same thing.
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