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    I used 30 GA for a 3/4 HP motor, as recommended...

    I used 30 GA for a 3/4 HP motor, as recommended by Wood Plans. It's not thick enough.
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    Yeah, leave the #8 wire in place. No harm doing that. But replace the 50A breaker with a 40A to keep within manufacturer recommendations. That amperage difference between the breaker and actual...
  3. I'll ignore the code violation issues, since they...

    I'll ignore the code violation issues, since they have already been discussed... But it seems a remote, if the signal will pass through the wall, would be easiest.

    If I understand your intent...
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    35 years in the electrical trade and the only...

    35 years in the electrical trade and the only time we pulled a ground in conduit was in hospitals or for isolated grounds, which was a thing when computers came into the work world. But when I moved...
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    Charles, that thread, which used to be a sticky,...

    Charles, that thread, which used to be a sticky, lost all the images and became useless. But I copied most of the thread and inserted the lost images. It can be found HERE.
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    I have a 3/4HP DC. It's the old Delta type -...

    I have a 3/4HP DC. It's the old Delta type - fiber drum with the motor on top, 4" fittings, chips run through the fan. I modified it several years ago and made a cyclone out of it with a 6" intake....
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    Even PVC can look pretty if you plan ahead and...

    Even PVC can look pretty if you plan ahead and take your time ;)

    http://julimorcreations.com/Images/JobsitePhotos/dpf_034.jpg
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    Not when I worked in the field. The conduit is...

    Not when I worked in the field. The conduit is the ground.
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    Hanging conduit from Unistrut is commonly done on...

    Hanging conduit from Unistrut is commonly done on commercial jobs. Typically is is used when you have a lot of pipes running in the same direction. I've installed pipe racks for as little as maybe...
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    I like that head, Jim. It would need a pretty...

    I like that head, Jim. It would need a pretty fancy body but I wouldn't give up on it.
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    Thanks, Jim. The reason I asked is I never...

    Thanks, Jim. The reason I asked is I never actually read how to do the burst. I would see pros at the factory do it but no explanation about setting the gun. I have a Fuji Super 3 with gravity cup...
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    Prior to this experience (and it was October...

    Prior to this experience (and it was October 2018, not 2019 - but I'm sure everyone figured that out) I thought the most important part of any build was to get the neck right and do a proper setup. ...
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    This thread deserves an ending... I wasn't...

    This thread deserves an ending...

    I wasn't happy with what I did. My expectations far exceeded any realistic results. So the guitar sat and I came to view it with nothing but criticism.

    In...
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    Sorry for coming so late to the party, Jim. ...

    Sorry for coming so late to the party, Jim.

    First off, I have to compliment you on yet another awesome build! You seem to have gone from 0-100 in an instant. But I'm not surprised, considering...
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    On my first build, Jim, I too got the intonation...

    On my first build, Jim, I too got the intonation right. I was pretty surprised. And the guitar stays in tune. I thought, "This is easy!"

    On the second one, I got the intonation but it doesn't...
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    The reason I finally settled on the Dewalt was I...

    The reason I finally settled on the Dewalt was I already had an investment in Dewalt 20v batteries. So I bought the bare version.
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    Awesome, Jim! There's something about building a...

    Awesome, Jim! There's something about building a guitar you can't get anywhere else in woodworking. It certainly hones skills you have and introduces you to things no woodworking project ever will....
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    Dewalt DCS334 Jigsaw

    I've been wanting a cordless jigsaw for quite some time. For 20+ years I've been using a Bosch 1587 AVS, which has been great. But dragging out an extension cord whenever I'm away from the bench...
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    I filled the hinge recessed with thickened epoxy...

    I filled the hinge recessed with thickened epoxy and let that cure. Then went back with the router and jig to make them flush with the table. First round I used pencil marks to center the jig. It...
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    Thank you, Don! That link you provided is the...

    Thank you, Don! That link you provided is the most comprehensive test I have ever seen. Since moving to Florida, rust has really become an issue.

    It would be interesting to see how top rust...
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    I built the hull for a 1:35 model J class. From...

    I built the hull for a 1:35 model J class. From bow to stern is about 42" long. The kit came with "frames" made from plywood. To that I glued thin strips running bow to stern. Over that I glued...
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    The first set of hinges I bought were stainless...

    The first set of hinges I bought were stainless steel butler hinges I got from Defender. Quality control on those hinges was even worse.

    Three of the hinges from Edson are pretty much identical...
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    It's one screw and only for tapping. Full thread...

    It's one screw and only for tapping. Full thread screws will be inserted afterward.
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    To fill some voids in a slab with translucent...

    To fill some voids in a slab with translucent blue epoxy, I used TransTint dye. The first test was so dark you couldn't see through it. You can make it as dark or translucent as you want.
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    Using epoxy full strength for the final epoxy...

    Using epoxy full strength for the final epoxy coat left some streaks. West System epoxy is very different than other epoxies I've used. Rather than trying to fill the low spots I decided to take...
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