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  1. I use the free version of Wave.

    I use the free version of Wave.
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    I have 3 of those units along one wall of the...

    I have 3 of those units along one wall of the shop. Inoperable transom units are not particularly expensive, and at least in my climate, I wouldn't want yo give up the insulation value of a real...
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    Jim, I totally get it, and did send it down the...

    Jim, I totally get it, and did send it down the road when a tool that offered more, for less sq. feet appeared. Just saying they have a value to the right person.
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    Don't be so quick to discount the value of that...

    Don't be so quick to discount the value of that old Craftsman! I had one, with the extensions and fence system removed, in my shop for quite some time. It was setup for dedicated box joint cutting...
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    I can't get the link to work, but here's a...

    I can't get the link to work, but here's a copy/paste of the instructions.

    This can be reported as the sale of items not associated with a business so this won't be considered as self-employment...
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    There are detailed instructions on filing your...

    There are detailed instructions on filing your income tax return to report 1099-K receipts and associated expenses. The instructions I located were for TurboTax, when the transaction is personal,...
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    Progress!!!! I'm sure it feels good to be...

    Progress!!!! I'm sure it feels good to be starting the build, even if it just a baby step for now. Congrats.
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    I'm still helping my son with his giant work...

    I'm still helping my son with his giant work bench for the 4' x 4' 3D Printer he's building. Hopefully, it will depart my shop this weekend and final assembly in his basement will occur next week. ...
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    Beautiful lamps, Rod. I'm jealous as all get out.

    Beautiful lamps, Rod. I'm jealous as all get out.
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    Nothing in the shop for myself this week, but our...

    Nothing in the shop for myself this week, but our son needs a big, sturdy table for the ultra fast, larger (48" square) 3D printer he is building. So we've been working on a modified workbench each...
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    Pat, I'm a recent convert. I sold my 3 HP...

    Pat, I'm a recent convert. I sold my 3 HP cabinet saw that had rails that allowed a 50" cut to the right of the blade. It was replaced with a MiniMax SC2C with 48" right of the blade. I love the...
  12. My shop is exactly what Jim is proposing. It is...

    My shop is exactly what Jim is proposing. It is pole construction with purlins and osb sheathing on the exterior with lap siding fastened to the sheathing. I have a metal roof, but since our home...
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    27 mm is just about .012" over 1-1/16.

    27 mm is just about .012" over 1-1/16.
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    Jim. I like the layout you just posted. I find...

    Jim. I like the layout you just posted. I find "zones" like you show to work well.
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    I can't imagine why you're not able to break the...

    I can't imagine why you're not able to break the anode rod loose on the new tank. I've replaced lots of anode rods over the years with the tank in service. One house, I had to buy the jointed style...
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    Depending on the type of woodworking you'll be...

    Depending on the type of woodworking you'll be doing, I think a 3 HP saw is the sweet spot. My rodded Craftsman had 1.5 on it and it would bog down ripping. I then had a 3 HP Grizzly Cabinet Saw...
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    We vacationed in the Chattanooga, Tennessee area...

    We vacationed in the Chattanooga, Tennessee area last week, so no shop time. The weather was great all week and we got to visit a lot of historic sites which I enjoyed greatly. This week we'll...
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    PM sent for Miter Square

    PM sent for Miter Square
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    Adam, give serious thought to moving the conduit...

    Adam, give serious thought to moving the conduit up near the ceiling. My old shop was like you're talking about and in was a PITA. It was constantly in the way for hanging stuff on the walls or...
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    My shop has EMT circling the walls near the...

    My shop has EMT circling the walls near the ceiling with junction boxes every 8' or so. I then have drops out of the junction boxes for outlets down at a comfortable height. This keeps the conduit...
  21. We had our almost 200 year old home sprayed with...

    We had our almost 200 year old home sprayed with closed cell foam when we renovated it. Though expensive, we were able to get much better r-values than we could have with other materials. ...
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    Nope. Hot 1 & 2 are interchangable. You are...

    Nope. Hot 1 & 2 are interchangable. You are correct that the Green/Yellow is ground.
  23. Yep. It is definitely a face frame hinge. I...

    Yep. It is definitely a face frame hinge. I figured I would end up making a mock up, but thought I'd see what others had to offer first.
  24. Ah....that makes sense. Thank you for the...

    Ah....that makes sense. Thank you for the clarification.
  25. Old GRASS Hinges, anybody have the drilling offset"

    I have some old GRASS 850-01 Hinges that I'd like to use on some shop cabinets. They also have 99-12 stamped in the hinge cup. I normally don't use this brand, so I have no tech specs for the...
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