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    There is a recent thread relative to a community...

    There is a recent thread relative to a community member asking about and talking about the PCS with a similar configuration as you mention including the 1.75hp motor. That member did buy it. There...
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    In stock...no. Also went Café but the single oven...

    In stock...no. Also went Café but the single oven with the warming drawer after Professor Dr. SWMBO and I discussed it at length. We kinda already have the second small oven with the Ninja that I use...
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    Mike, make your own out of something like scrap...

    Mike, make your own out of something like scrap oak and use threaded inserts. That's what I did for the Minimax slider. You can mill the wood for a slip fit and the cost is very nice.:)
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    Pretty much the same tool as any other 15" with...

    Pretty much the same tool as any other 15" with different paint colors at the same time. They are not complicated machines and as long as it wasn't beaten to death, it would likely be a good tool if...
  5. What I find humorous is that this game has been...

    What I find humorous is that this game has been around for a very long time. It's just suddenly become popular. It got so popular that some entities went and created their own apps for it...and they...
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    These are devices that attach to the slider's...

    These are devices that attach to the slider's wagon to allow one to take a piece of material that has a straight edge and create a cut parallel to that edge by moving the wagon. It's the equivalent...
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    It's not exposed building wiring...it's cords...

    It's not exposed building wiring...it's cords attached to an "device" and they are not hard-wired. On the "device" side of an outlet, cords are a normal thing. The limit to four units for the type...
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    You could do that but if you want the potential...

    You could do that but if you want the potential occasional convenience, just put a short pigtail with a male twist lock on it. You cord can be "right sized" and just have a male for the wall and a...
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    Don't forget you need a male twist lock at the...

    Don't forget you need a male twist lock at the machine end unless you really want to do a non-standard implementation that could be dangerous if the cord is plugged into the wall and disconnected...
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    There will likely be two threads; one during the...

    There will likely be two threads; one during the planning process and one for the build of whatever monstrosity it ends up being, but maybe just one. You know I'm not squeamish about posting photos....
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    Ouch...I missed that point. Apologies, Greg. And...

    Ouch...I missed that point. Apologies, Greg. And yes, VFD would be a valid thing.
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    While I'm sure I'll be handling much of the...

    While I'm sure I'll be handling much of the planning and post-construction interior stuff, the actual building will be contracted. I do not have the physical ability to take on a project of that...
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    'Glad you're getting shop time, Dennis! I...

    'Glad you're getting shop time, Dennis!

    I spent no time in the "refrigerated" shop this past week. I did take care of replacing the primary ceiling lighting in the kitchen with a large LED fixture...
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    Kinda would need to change the motor to a three...

    Kinda would need to change the motor to a three phase unit if I'm not mistaken to use a VFD...
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    That is not universal...

    That is not universal...
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    I would imagine that SD might work for you,...

    I would imagine that SD might work for you, although winter might not be as mild as many other places farther south. In some cases, that central, northern part of the US can be colder than the more...
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    Bill, in general, both the homemade and...

    Bill, in general, both the homemade and commercial mufflers for cyclones are essentially similar what you describe but "more constructed". They do not directly impact the air flow through them aside...
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    Derek is the master when it comes to fixtures...

    Derek is the master when it comes to fixtures like this!
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    Erik, those are the ones I was thinking of, too....

    Erik, those are the ones I was thinking of, too. Amazon has them in various multipacks.
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  20. Focusing back on Florida, there's an article on...

    Focusing back on Florida, there's an article on CNN.com "as we speak" about the situation down there in the sunny state. It talks a lot about a subject we can't discuss here, but is a good read...
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    I will make a suggestion that you put the house...

    I will make a suggestion that you put the house on a separate meter from the shop/business. If you want to mix the money, the can both hit the same bill in many areas (check with your power company...
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    Meat's band will continue at least...Caleb...

    Meat's band will continue at least...Caleb Johnson, who Mr Loaf brought into the band some time ago to help with the singing (Meatloaf had growing challenges for some time) said in an interview that...
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    Yea, it's the Domino-effect I'd worry about...the...

    Yea, it's the Domino-effect I'd worry about...the game, not the tenon. :) :D
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    Looks like a pretty darn nice solution...I'd do...

    Looks like a pretty darn nice solution...I'd do that for permanent storage once I have a building! LOL So much easier to get to material than flat storage. The one thing I might do would be to put a...
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    Subjective thing. I really like my parallel...

    Subjective thing. I really like my parallel clamps and have and use a "whole bunch" of them. Some folks, like Mark, don't like them. Either way is just fine and valid. Mine are all Bessey and were...
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