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    Yes. Specifically, you need "Service Cord". ...

    Yes. Specifically, you need "Service Cord". Romex (type "NM") is only for permanent installation. Service cord will be type "S..." or "SJ...". S is rated for 600V and has a heavier jacket. SJ...
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    You don't need 10G for that DC. The NEC Table...

    You don't need 10G for that DC. The NEC Table 430.248 FLA for a 3HP 230V motor is 17A. Your motor is almost certainly less than that. 14G is rated for 18A. 12G is 25A. Either will work.

    At...
  3. How about (2) 30A 240V and (2) 20A 240V? Or,...

    How about (2) 30A 240V and (2) 20A 240V? Or, whatever is convenient. It's ok if they add up to more than 60A. You just can't use more than 60A at one time.
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    Before you give up on the vac I think there's one...

    Before you give up on the vac I think there's one more thing you should try. Wrap the power cord around the hose in a loose spiral, not too many turns, just enough to keep it close to the hose. The...
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    Actually, that's a Dylos 1700 they're comparing. ...

    Actually, that's a Dylos 1700 they're comparing. The 1100 doesn't give you PM2.5 and PM10 readings, only particle counts.
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    You can find more evaluation data on that and...

    You can find more evaluation data on that and many others here.
  7. Did you try Walmart...

    Did you try Walmart?
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    A high accuracy jig is not required if it can be...

    A high accuracy jig is not required if it can be used in a manner that results in mirror image hole locations in the panels. That is, always register from the same edges and flip the jig, using...
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    So the NEC is wrong?

    So the NEC is wrong?
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    Thank you for that reminder Bill. That prompted...

    Thank you for that reminder Bill. That prompted to make a online donation to ours.
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    To be complete, here's the applicable table from...

    To be complete, here's the applicable table from the NEC:

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  12. Someone on another forum asked a similar question...

    Someone on another forum asked a similar question a while ago. I put this chart together for him, his jointer and tablesaw were connected with 4" ducting. I would have to go digging for the...
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    The inertia of the impeller has the largest...

    The inertia of the impeller has the largest impact on the total energy required for starting. Until I actually tested it I didn't think that closing gates would have much effect. Last December I...
  14. With the meter set to the 200V range I wouldn't...

    With the meter set to the 200V range I wouldn't really expect much of a reading with 240V applied. Do you have a higher range you can try?
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    Poll: This article...

    This article has some interesting data.
  16. I was trying to demonstrate that 30s of sanding...

    I was trying to demonstrate that 30s of sanding doesn't really produce enough particulate matter to be significant. The other example I showed was a leaf fire 100 yards downwind from me. My windows...
  17. I just ran a similar test. My sensor was...

    I just ran a similar test. My sensor was approximately 1ft from a disc sander. My readings before sanding:
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    After 30s of sanding:
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    For comparison, here's my reading inside my house...
  18. Which monitor do you have? Does it also report...

    Which monitor do you have? Does it also report the PM10 value? That would be more sensitive to the dust produce by a belt sander. Do you also have the raw particle counts available?

    Smoke is a...
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    WHO recommends at least 60% alcohol for hand...

    WHO recommends at least 60% alcohol for hand sanitizer. That's 120 proof vodka, which is available but not common.
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    ...when you have a really good " you know you're...

    ...when you have a really good " you know you're getting old when.." example and by the time you've clicked "reply to thread" you've forgotten what you were going to post.
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    I see posts up to and including #34 posted by...

    I see posts up to and including #34 posted by Eugene Dixon.

    Maybe your browser is using a cached version of the page. Try refreshing it.
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    Lookup your password on your iPad: ...

    Lookup your password on your iPad:

    https://www.imore.com/how-find-your-accounts-and-passwords-ios-11

    That works on my iPhone.

    Is that the same password you remember?
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    I think you need to be logged in to post. Your...

    I think you need to be logged in to post. Your browser probably has has your login credentials stored somewhere and logs you in automatically. Many browsers give you access to that information.
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    No, you're not really missing anything. The foam...

    No, you're not really missing anything. The foam core will be neither as strong nor as stiff as a glued timber core. It will however be much lighter. It's a typical design tradeoff problem. Pick...
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    I've done this. As John pointed out the...

    I've done this. As John pointed out the thickness of foamboard is not very constant. I didn't try to plane it but rather used the adhesive as a sort of filler. Note that since the core only needs...
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