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    TBH, depending on your run, you'll probably be...

    TBH, depending on your run, you'll probably be able to push most if not all of it. Tape your wires together, leaving one 3 inches long, fold it over to make a blunt end and tape it to the rest. The...
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    DeWalt DW2045, about 5 bucks from Home Despot. ...

    DeWalt DW2045, about 5 bucks from Home Despot.

    I just happen to have one in front of me here, I've used them for years, and never had a problem with the tips falling out, as you say, often I have...
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    I hope you remember to feed them up there, they...

    I hope you remember to feed them up there, they stop growing if you forget to keep putting food in. :)
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    I had the exact same problem, in fact I didn't...

    I had the exact same problem, in fact I didn't even have battens holding it up when I moved in.

    Solution: Plastic strapping material (the kind they use on bales of stuff, or around cartons like...
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    I knew I'd mess up the quotes somewhere, and I...

    I knew I'd mess up the quotes somewhere, and I did, sorry, and thank you :) I'll go fix 'em




    Exactly what I've been saying. I think we've come to an arrangement. I was never interested in...
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    I can't say my solution is dust-proof, but I blow...

    I can't say my solution is dust-proof, but I blow the PC out every once in a while with the air hose, and haven't had any problems yet, it's been in there for about a year.
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    Depends on what kind of wireless you're talking...

    Depends on what kind of wireless you're talking about. Over WiFi (802.11b, 802.11g et al), you theoretically open up your network to allow communication between your computer and anyone with an...
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    So working at an angle makes the machining scale...

    So working at an angle makes the machining scale more sensitive, but makes the measurement of deviation less sensitive?

    Your experiment showed my point. Measuring at the 45 made the same...
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    I have an old (AMD 2400+) computer in the shop,...

    I have an old (AMD 2400+) computer in the shop, linked with the house network over WiFi.

    I just took an old bookshelf system, and connected it to the audio out jack on the PC. This way I get...
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    You explained it perfectly, and I understand...

    You explained it perfectly, and I understand completely. Thank you.
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    From yesterday From today. At...

    From yesterday






    From today.

    At about 90 degrees.
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    That's also precisely what I'm trying to explain....

    That's also precisely what I'm trying to explain.

    The slanted line is longer, and this makes the measurement more sensitive to deviations. I'm not talking about absolute measurements, only that...
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    That's the same mistake in reasoning you made in...

    That's the same mistake in reasoning you made in another thread on checking runouts Bob. It still doesn't work. Best resolution is not along the shortest distance, it's the opposite. Once again,...
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    2.84, 19th out of the last 500 games played :)

    2.84, 19th out of the last 500 games played :)
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    I know the feeling, mine arrived early December,...

    I know the feeling, mine arrived early December, but I waited a month before bolting it together, mostly because of space issues, and because it was about 10 degrees in the shop all month :(
  16. I've done it with a router also in such...

    I've done it with a router also in such situations, same deal, flat boards, set depth, and rout
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    Interesting, never came across that where I was,...

    Interesting, never came across that where I was, but good points.

    No hazard of fire if the ground is loose, unless you have a larger problem in the circuit. In fact it shouldn't ever see current...
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    All I can think of is insufficient torque on the...

    All I can think of is insufficient torque on the screw. The reason I asked about copper wire, is because due to the different coefficient of expansion of Aluminum wires, they tend to loosen when...
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    Copper wire?

    Copper wire?
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    I understand what you're saying, and I know that...

    I understand what you're saying, and I know that there need to be specific circumstances in place for an accident to happen.

    I also do not advocate running a table saw without a blade guard, even...
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    AC current means Alternating Current. Meaning...

    AC current means Alternating Current. Meaning half the time it flows one way, half the other. A diode would only stop it half the time, and would stop AC motors from working at all. An even worse...
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    Yes. Male prongs with 120V on them.

    Yes. Male prongs with 120V on them.
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    Ok, a capacitor will do nothing. You shouldn't...

    Ok, a capacitor will do nothing. You shouldn't even be thinking about these modifications if you think it will. 50 milliamps is all it takes to kill a person stone dead. Don't take chances.

    Do...
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    Chris: Yet you thought it was a bad idea in your...

    Chris: Yet you thought it was a bad idea in your first reply?

    Same setup as propositioned by OP, and just as dangerous.

    Good point about breaker access however, I'm pretty sure the code *does*...
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    Depending on the age of the building concerned,...

    Depending on the age of the building concerned, he might end up with 208V, if it's a 3-phase panel.

    If it was a single phase supply, AND you had 2 legs to tap into, it is *theoretically* possible....
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