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    Not much to choose there. You need another...

    Not much to choose there. You need another circuit, and the labor to run cable over that long run will be about the same whether you go with just another circuit or a subpanel.
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    Yes, what Brian said. A torsion box a few inches...

    Yes, what Brian said. A torsion box a few inches thick with 1/4" skins is incredibly strong & easily would stand up to any loads that assembly or outfeed would put on it.
  3. The fridge & freezer should be connected to...

    The fridge & freezer should be connected to separate circuits. I don't know what the code calls for where you live, but the rational for the rule is that something that is full of $$$$$ of rottable...
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    I think you mean conductive heat won't work in a...

    I think you mean conductive heat won't work in a vacuum. Good explanation though.
  5. Yes to what Jim says, and a big no to the...

    Yes to what Jim says, and a big no to the cardboard. Google "triple leaf effect" and you'll find lots of reading on why you don't want to do this. Basically, the layers of cardboard in the stud...
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    I too have switched to the water resistant MDF....

    I too have switched to the water resistant MDF. Medex is the brand that the local suppliers carry. It looks like big box MDF, but that's where the similarity ends. It's much harder, stronger and...
  7. And as far as I know, none of the manufacturers...

    And as far as I know, none of the manufacturers keep them in stock because there is so little demand for them. It will have to be made to order and expect to pay lots for one.
  8. I believe the finish on the sides of the board is...

    I believe the finish on the sides of the board is a film finish. What grit did you sand the faces to? Sanding it to 300 grit, or finer, will give it a slightly more polished looking surface. The...
  9. I got this one from Amazon: ...

    I got this one from Amazon:

    https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07556KSWY/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    Quite inexpensive, durable and comfortable. Pocket layout is very good &...
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    Deleted. I wrote a post thinking Ed was asking...

    Deleted. I wrote a post thinking Ed was asking what to finish a deck with, then realized my suggestions would be of no use :)
  11. That would be at a scheduled inspection where...

    That would be at a scheduled inspection where permitted work is being done.
  12. Electrical inspectors always keep a very sharp...

    Electrical inspectors always keep a very sharp eye out for non-approved equipment.
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    I pay just under $.07/kwh & my collector costs...

    I pay just under $.07/kwh & my collector costs between $.20 - $.25/hour, depending on which or how many blast gates are open.
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    Thanks for the update. There are so many reports...

    Thanks for the update. There are so many reports of quality of mineral spirits being varying wildly.
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    I couldn't agree more. There are countless...

    I couldn't agree more. There are countless abominations on YouTube where they're torching wood & calling it shou sugi ban. But really it's just plain ugly & not at all appropriate. I've seen it on...
  16. I've used brush on lacquer a couple of times, but...

    I've used brush on lacquer a couple of times, but probably never will again. I just couldn't lay down an even coat because it flashed too quickly. The idea of doing each nail hole with a small brush...
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    Next trend will be to river tables made of shou...

    Next trend will be to river tables made of shou sugi ban slabs. Best of both worlds. :cool:

    We need barf and poop emojis for threads like this.
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    Glenn, do you have a link to the plans for that...

    Glenn, do you have a link to the plans for that vac hose reel that you have on the wall? I need to make something like that.
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    Check out http://rtings.com for TV reviews. It's...

    Check out http://rtings.com for TV reviews. It's a very good site.
  20. I don't think melting would be an issue with...

    I don't think melting would be an issue with PTFE. As far as I know, it will degrade & break down before melting.
  21. I totally missed that. But it rules out me making...

    I totally missed that. But it rules out me making one. I place a lot of importance on separating possibly damaging objects prior to hitting the impeller. Using coarse screens to do that causes too...
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    I agree. The real shame is that some beautiful...

    I agree. The real shame is that some beautiful wood is being used up on these monstrosities & tons of epoxy that could otherwise go to good use is being wasted. Ever had a look at a river table that...
  23. You're assuming close to 100% efficiency, which...

    You're assuming close to 100% efficiency, which is not even close to the actual efficiency.
  24. The horizontal cyclone looks very interesting....

    The horizontal cyclone looks very interesting. I'd want to see some actual quantitative testing to see its' effectiveness before going to the considerable amount of work to build one. I can't...
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    There are too many things to go wrong with a...

    There are too many things to go wrong with a network without adding 'illegal' components & methods. It's not bad if it's just a small home network, but the more complex, the more important is is to...
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