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    You would be "short cycling" the compressor. Not...

    You would be "short cycling" the compressor. Not a good thing to do on a continuous basis ,unless it is designed that way.
    It could be that the 80/120 is the number(s) IR arrived at to just cut...
  2. Travis You need to talk with the freight...

    Travis
    You need to talk with the freight carrier prior to delivery.
    I've only had three experiences with large items being delivered to my residence, but all were positive. I haven't ever had a...
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    Bruce The ampacity ratings being referenced are...

    Bruce
    The ampacity ratings being referenced are for SO,SOOW,SJOW, flexible cord. #10, AWG, SO cord will carry 30 amps. If the cable is to long, there are charts for ampacity and voltage change over...
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    I didn't want to go there right off the bat. ;)

    I didn't want to go there right off the bat. ;)
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    Unplug it and replace the capacitors. You have to...

    Unplug it and replace the capacitors. You have to anyway.
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    The shaper, or spindle moulder, is a machine that...

    The shaper, or spindle moulder, is a machine that utilizes larger diameter, metal cutters, to perform a wide variety of tasks in wood working .A shaper has the cutters set at fixed height determined...
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    Mike We used to call that a "laundry"...

    Mike
    We used to call that a "laundry" breaker,or an "appliance" breaker. It would give you the 240/30 for the dryer, a 120/20 for the washer, and the 120/20 convenience receptacle, that were...
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    Mike This was in the mid to late 80's. The...

    Mike

    This was in the mid to late 80's.
    The issue then was that panels, at least here in New England, were smaller 100 amp panels. The use of Tandems would quickly lead to over filling the box,...
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    Andrew In Connecticut it was hit or miss back...

    Andrew
    In Connecticut it was hit or miss back then if the town you were in would allow tandems. Some just did not allow them at all, while the town next door would allow them.
    Folks would go to...
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    Exactly! With all of the code requirements for...

    Exactly!
    With all of the code requirements for dedicated circuits that have happened through the years in residential wiring, a 100 amp panel fills up pretty quick. The number of available/allowed...
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    Travis I have absolutely no dog in this fight....

    Travis

    I have absolutely no dog in this fight. I do not own, nor have ever used a Grizzly machine, but I have seen this question asked many, many times through the years.( I do have a Grizzly 3HP...
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    You’re fine with the 10 awg. No worries. :) I...

    You’re fine with the 10 awg. No worries. :)
    I have a 5hp commercial washer on 10awg, SOOW extension cord. No way your saw will pull the amps that washer does going into the spin cycle with two...
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    And rightfully so! I grew up in SoCal in the...

    And rightfully so!
    I grew up in SoCal in the 60's and I promise you there were some big dairy operations in LA County. Getting butter was never a problem. They made it by the rail cars full.
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    Bruce It would have to be some type of a surge...

    Bruce

    It would have to be some type of a surge spec,with some "advertising license" added in. ;)
    I have a Generac 17,500watt, with a surge of 26,250 watts. The largest receptacle is a 240/50 amp....
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    Wow!! That's impressive. I think it would...

    Wow!! That's impressive.
    I think it would unnerve me to be that close to 300lbs. of spinning wood.
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    Scott BTDT!!!:( I like Frank's idea....

    Scott

    BTDT!!!:(
    I like Frank's idea.
    Concrete and roofing are in the same category for me. There are some jobs that are just best hired out.
    Bring in a concrete company for some ideas and...
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    Bird More people should live life the way you...

    Bird
    More people should live life the way you do.
    My Baker scaffolding makes the rounds also. ;)
  18. Blade, Blade, Blade! A jigsaw is only as good as...

    Blade, Blade, Blade! A jigsaw is only as good as the blade being used.
    I have a Festool Carvex and you can do some really crappy work with it, if the blade is junky, or is the wrong blade to begin...
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    I look at object, or a project, from a few angles...

    I look at object, or a project, from a few angles to determine if I want to do it myself.
    Can I find someone to build what I want, exactly the way I want it, without a constant argument?
    How much...
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    Sharpie with the breaker number on it, and...

    Sharpie with the breaker number on it, and roughly what it feeds. I also do it in in the boxes.
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    I have a Delta 43-375 with a 1" spindle. I use...

    I have a Delta 43-375 with a 1" spindle. I use T-bushing adapters to run 1-1/4" cutters. Works fine.
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    Yes, you should!! Loose or not, it's an...

    Yes, you should!!
    Loose or not, it's an original Parker! and they are always worth $$$$
    I remember some thirty years ago, there were some much lower pressure shells sold that could be safely...
  23. I had to cut down the rails on my General for two...

    I had to cut down the rails on my General for two reasons. First to allow the use of a Mast-R-Slide, and second because I have a small shop, and it didn't fit anyway.
    Cut the rails to fit your...
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    I don't know why it can't work,people use them on...

    I don't know why it can't work,people use them on jointers, and tablesaws.
    I don't think you'll be taking full depth cuts with it, but you wouldn't anyway with some of the larger router profiles,...
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    Uhmmm...... That's not good. The shaper is...

    Uhmmm...... That's not good. The shaper is machine of thousandth's.
    If the machine can't hold the cutter, or bit, height to within thousandth's, it's not going to work out for very much at all.
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