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    Not required with FiOS. Worse case, there is a...

    Not required with FiOS. Worse case, there is a short delay to get the public IP address if one forgets to release the IP on the previous gateway router. FiOS doesn't use a "Modem"...it's a fiber...
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    That's how it works Grant

    That's how it works Grant
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    Another nice piece o' iron for the Holcombe shop!

    Another nice piece o' iron for the Holcombe shop!
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    You may very well need to thin an oil based...

    You may very well need to thin an oil based enamel to flow properly through your gun, depending on the gun setup. Oil based paints through a sprayer is often a "thankless task" because of the sticky...
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    If you are viewing on an mobile, you need to switch your view to "full" (computer mode) in order to see photos. Otherwise you should see them because you are a contributor.

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    If you are on FiOS, you can buy your own router....

    If you are on FiOS, you can buy your own router. If you have TV with STBs, you still need the VZ gateway, but you can purchase it new from Verizon or used from a third party to avoid the monthly...
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    I will disagree purely on a safety basis....

    I will disagree purely on a safety basis. Spraying solvent based lacquer really requires the proper setup to do it safely, at least indoors, both for health reasons and because of the extreme...
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    For spraying water borne finishes you do not need...

    For spraying water borne finishes you do not need a "spray booth" like you would for solvent based products, but you still need good ventilation, preferably with a way to catch the fines that will...
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    Carl, you probably should up your drop to the...

    Carl, you probably should up your drop to the cabinet to a 5" since it's most likely a 120mm port on there, although things funnel down at the blade guard out of physical necessity.

    For an...
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    Do you have right click turned on for your Magic...

    Do you have right click turned on for your Magic Mouse? I've not found any need for "buttons" since I switched to MacOS back in 2010.
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    Dylan, if you have a business, speak with your...

    Dylan, if you have a business, speak with your accountant about how best to handle things like putting HVAC in your shop for year-round comfort including humidity mitigation.
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    While I admittedly haven't use a lot of it, I've...

    While I admittedly haven't use a lot of it, I've seen no sagging issues with the horizontal runs for my CNC machine and MiniSpit...but it's also supported every few feet and not carrying a heavy load...
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    Given the size of his shop, it's likely that the...

    Given the size of his shop, it's likely that the cost will be a bit more of that...probably needs two 18K BTU units for that amount of space, give or take. An HVAC specialist can confirm sizing.
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    My MiniSplit HVAC system handles that job...I...

    My MiniSplit HVAC system handles that job...I don't cool excessively (74-76F generally when AC is running) but getting the humidity off makes for more comfortable working and obviously helps with...
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    If your local code permits it, the grey plastic...

    If your local code permits it, the grey plastic conduit is a lot easier to work with than the metallic. You do need to run separate grounds, however.

    I agree with the benefits of the surface...
  16. Thread: Lawn Weeds

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    That's really looking good, Prashun. It looks...

    That's really looking good, Prashun. It looks healthy and lush As I mentioned earlier, I actually like the longer length in general and it's been helpful with the weed thing, too.
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    I've also found that self-maintenance on my SCAG...

    I've also found that self-maintenance on my SCAG (something I'm not particularly fond of doing from a task perspective...maintaining vehicles) has been pretty easy. The one thing I did do was replace...
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    https://help.sketchup.com/en/downloading-older-ver...

    https://help.sketchup.com/en/downloading-older-versions

    Make 2017 is still available for download.

    I will add that while "free" is nice...folks have got to start embracing the idea that...
  19. Brian, prior to buying my slider, I enjoyed...

    Brian, prior to buying my slider, I enjoyed owning and using the Jet Left-Tilt Xacta. It was an excellent tool in every way and I was able to sell it for a very healthy percentage of what I paid for...
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    There are advantages to both open and with a...

    There are advantages to both open and with a ceiling...both functionally and cost-wise. Personally, I'd do the foam on the underside of the roof and keep the space open, although that has to be...
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    I suspect I'd use the method that Roger and Jim...

    I suspect I'd use the method that Roger and Jim mentioned...in fact, that's more or less what I did for my own ductwork over the years. I didn't use traditional hangers, but the principle is the same...
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    While initial cost can be higher than other...

    While initial cost can be higher than other insulation methods, there are a variety of factors that make it a good choice in many situations. In residential, closed cell can mean being able to use 4"...
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    I can almost appreciate that response, especially...

    I can almost appreciate that response, especially since it's pretty common to fasten the D4 to something. Mine is mounted on an MDF "stand" that raises it up off the work surface so it's easier to...
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    I was going to mention Fusion 360 in my first...

    I was going to mention Fusion 360 in my first response. It's a great program, especially if one also has aspirations for moving to CNC, etc. SketchUP Make, however, has an extremely robust support...
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    We own 3.8 acres and I mow about 2.5 acres of...

    We own 3.8 acres and I mow about 2.5 acres of that, give or take....similar to your situation. My SCAG Freedom-Z has a 54" deck which was also a good fit for getting in and around things as well as...
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