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  1. Indoors, so really need rubber feet more than...

    Indoors, so really need rubber feet more than spikes.
  2. Suggestions for Tall Tripod for Laser Level

    I purchased a Bosch laser level a few years ago. It's been invaluable for many things, but the tripod that Bosch sells is too short for many tasks. When I added two tripod extensions, it's now...
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    +1 This has always worked for me, and is clearly...

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    This has always worked for me, and is clearly my go to setup for box joints. Of course, YMMV, and I don't do this for a living.
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    I tried using mine for a while, but installation...

    I tried using mine for a while, but installation was a bear in my combination tablesaw/router table cabinet (they are heavy), and found it just got in the way. It did work well in use.

    Mine is...
  5. I typically store mine in the Systainer they came...

    I typically store mine in the Systainer they came in, in plastic bags (albeit not sealed ones). I've not had issues with them swelling, and live in South Florida.

    That being said, I do think...
  6. Did the same in my shop, albeit with Hyperikon...

    Did the same in my shop, albeit with Hyperikon LED bulbs, and installed a bunch of new fixtures. Couldn't be happier.

    I went with 4100K, CRI 90+ instead of 5000K which it looks like you chose. ...
  7. Long story short, it needs to be moved every time...

    Long story short, it needs to be moved every time I change the filters, and I thought a rigid panel would be easier.

    I used the 6mil Polyethylene sheet velcrod to a frame on my last spray booth. ...
  8. Thanks for the advice. I went with a Twinwall...

    Thanks for the advice. I went with a Twinwall Polycarbonate sheets. As shipping was ridiculous for full-sized sheets (6' x 4'), and I couldn't find any locally, I opted for two 2' wide sheets and I...
  9. I was told that I needed 80 amp breakers for my...

    I was told that I needed 80 amp breakers for my 10HP Phase Perfect. That's what Phase Perfect's website says, and what I had put in.

    I run that off my 200 amp subpanel. FWIW.

    I Don't have...
  10. All I can say it that it reads 0.00 for PM 2.5...

    All I can say it that it reads 0.00 for PM 2.5 when the government says its 34 right now in my area. It always reads 0.00 for PM 2.5.

    Anyone can buy what they want. This is my $0.02. ...
  11. Yes, I believe that’s the one you want. The...

    Yes, I believe that’s the one you want. The small particles go much deeper in your pulmonary tree and are more harmful. Those are the ones you want to measure.
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    Yeah, build a 6 ton aquarium, and incidentally...

    Yeah, build a 6 ton aquarium, and incidentally built a house around it. And you haven’t lived until you do a 300 gal water change.

    Always think of maintenance first. Really matters a lot.
  13. My thoughts. Both as an cardiothoracic...

    My thoughts. Both as an cardiothoracic anesthesiologist and an avid woodworker. So I think about my lungs and other people's lungs a lot.

    1.) Buy the best dust collector you can afford / fit in...
  14. I bought a similar unit on eBay. Honestly, its...

    I bought a similar unit on eBay. Honestly, its numbers are garbage compared to the Dylos, so I wouldn't waste your money.

    My $0.02
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    I put a couple of labels on my bandsaw next to...

    I put a couple of labels on my bandsaw next to the on/off switch.

    It says Blade Tension On
    or Blade Tension Off.

    I put a magnet next to whichever tension level I keep it at.

    That being...
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    Keep in mind ease of cleaning the aquarium when...

    Keep in mind ease of cleaning the aquarium when you are doing this. I know whereof I speak on this, having dealt with a 5' tall, 1000 gal aquarium in my den for 20 plus years.

    I took the...
  17. Yeah. That and weight worries me. It will need...

    Yeah. That and weight worries me. It will need to slide horizontally to enable filter changes. Not terribly fond on sliding glass over my head that could potentially fall on me.
  18. As an aside, I will need to be able to slide this...

    As an aside, I will need to be able to slide this panel forward to replace the filters.
  19. Polycarbonate would work OK? When I looked at...

    Polycarbonate would work OK?

    When I looked at the compatibility list on some chart I found online, it said it hates lacquer. But they test these things by immersing them for 48 hours, so they...
  20. Chemically Resistant Plastic Sheet for top of spray booth

    Well, getting close to completing the spray booth in my finishing room. The explosion-proof fan and louvers are installed, filtered makeup air established, but now I have a problem.

    I need an...
  21. No, actually one window, and the 20'x20' hole we...

    No, actually one window, and the 20'x20' hole we cut in the cinder block and installed the fan and louver assembly in. Had electric louvers, but they failed almost instantly, and took out the motor...
  22. What is a SCR speed control?

    What is a SCR speed control?
  23. In my case, the only way I could get sufficient...

    In my case, the only way I could get sufficient return air was by opening a window and making a filter box for the window. Making everything soundproof made it also very air tight.

    I made a...
  24. Still wrapping my head about what to do here. I...

    Still wrapping my head about what to do here. I clearly need both some sheet storage, but especially board storage. Have lots of space at over door height, but very limited at ground level in shop....
  25. My old Craftsman compressor was anything but...

    My old Craftsman compressor was anything but tight. It would definitely run all night, if I didn't turn it off.
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