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  1. Fortunately gmail can send them all to never...

    Fortunately gmail can send them all to never never land.
  2. Ha! I think that's only an issue with cyclones...

    Ha! I think that's only an issue with cyclones that have the input dead center instead of to the left or right and rely on the earth's spin to determine the swirl direction. Not known for their...
  3. My heat pumps here in TN run all winter and the...

    My heat pumps here in TN run all winter and the temperature is often below freezing and occasionally below 0. (I remember -10 one year.) The heat pump switches to auxiliary strip heaters when...
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    If the frames are "flat" against the wall and...

    If the frames are "flat" against the wall and there was concern about strength due to the thickness, I might consider making another frame hidden behind and glued to the one in front. Could be almost...
  5. Sorry, I didn't get time to analyze your entire...

    Sorry, I didn't get time to analyze your entire situation (circuit drawing would help) but you can't run flexible cable that carries line level voltage through a wall or floor.

    My 5hp cyclone (and...
  6. A possible idea.

    A builder friend had this issue once and ended up removing and rebuilding SOME of the steps from the bottom, maybe 6 or so. He carefully rebuilt enough steps so there was a gradual change, maybe...
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    Also you might try the advance search if you can...

    Also you might try the advance search if you can remember any of the exact words or phrases in the thread title or message.

    Did you start the thread or ask in an existing thread?
    Do you...
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    I have a Vermont Castings woodburning stove with...

    I have a Vermont Castings woodburning stove with an efficient reburner. Rarely use it due to my lung condition but I'm so glad it was there when the power went out once in the winter. We have a...
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    I gave a spare Eliminator to someone on this...

    I gave a spare Eliminator to someone on this forum. It was too close to some of the many Hunter tools I have and I didn't plan on ever using it. The angled sides were interesting but I thought they...
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    The regulations here are to have a screen on the...

    The regulations here are to have a screen on the top. The size of the holes in the screen are not specified.

    Feeding loose papers will definitely make some hot pieces float into the air. ...
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    A pantograph can enlarge, reduce, or duplicate a...

    A pantograph can enlarge, reduce, or duplicate a shape at the same size.

    Here is one made for pencils.
    https://www.amazon.com/Surepromise-Plexiglass-Pantograph-Enlarger-Recreate/dp/B01ALCEPDO...
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    My opinion is different. My 5hp has a 15"...

    My opinion is different. My 5hp has a 15" "blower" impeller. To me it is perfect - when sanding spindles I've watched dust come off the lathe and travel about 2' horizontally to be sucked up by...
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    Burn barrel

    I used my plasma cutter to make a burn barrel from a stainless steel 55 gallon drum. It should last forever compared to those I've made from normal steel drums which fall apart from the heat after...
  14. I didn't buy it from Amazon since at the time it...

    I didn't buy it from Amazon since at the time it said "not in stock" and the projected delivery time was so long.

    How long does it take to quit getting emails from Banggood? I clicked to get off...
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    I suspect Dave will post a photo from the side. ...

    I suspect Dave will post a photo from the side. He's an incredible guy and turner.

    In the mean time, his creation reminded me of this one I made years ago, I hope he doesn't mind if I post it...
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    Hello Michael! 10 people will have 10...

    Hello Michael!

    10 people will have 10 suggestions! I personally am very happy I put in a 5hp cyclone (ClearVue) when I built my shop about six years ago. I put it in a 4x8 sound-insulated...
  17. I like the optical delusions. :) JKJ

    I like the optical delusions. :)

    JKJ
  18. Thread: Figs

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    What, have they forgotten the chocolate-covered...

    What, have they forgotten the chocolate-covered insect craze of decades ago? Chocolate covered ants, grasshopper, honeybees, etc. And what about the recipes I saw this year for cooking cicadas?
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    I plan to take down a black locust tree in my...

    I plan to take down a black locust tree in my yard sometime this winter. Anyone near me want some for woodturning let me know.

    JKJ
  20. David is my new hero. JKJ

    David is my new hero.

    JKJ
  21. My favorite drill bits for both steel and wood...

    My favorite drill bits for both steel and wood are from a local industrial supplier. They are always very sharp and seem to stay sharp (and I drill a lot of steel). I've bought them from an...
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    Interesting. So the heartwood turned dark while...

    Interesting. So the heartwood turned dark while the sapwood stayed white. I've never tried it. I'll have to try this the next time I turn something from black locust. I see Dave said the finish...
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    I agree. I don't thing a standard dust collector...

    I agree. I don't thing a standard dust collector pulling dust through a 4" hose for long periods would make much of an impact except maybe in your electric bill.

    I'd use a separate filtered air...
  24. Thanks. JKJ

    Thanks.

    JKJ
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    I've been using a different Bosch for 12 years...

    I've been using a different Bosch for 12 years now and it has worked flawlessly. I've used it for a variety of measurements in the house, barn, farm building construction, even to measure the height...
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