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    Electrical Technologist, no issue at all. My...

    Electrical Technologist, no issue at all.

    My shop is wired with a mult-branch circuit where the 120 Nd 240 volt circuits are fed from the same 2 pole breaker.

    That said I would have designed...
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    I use a tube type manometer on my Oneida. I...

    I use a tube type manometer on my Oneida.

    I use a curved piece of 1/4” copper tube in the filter airstream.

    Absolute accuracy isn’t important, mine normally is just below 1” WC, I clean the...
  3. Haha, my kids still complain about me using that,...

    Haha, my kids still complain about me using that, even worse at we use the day of the year such as day132 and UTC....The kids think we’re all nerds.....Rod
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    My altruistic younger daughter often looked after...

    My altruistic younger daughter often looked after dogs that needed help.

    Once we would up with a loveable but untrained full grown Doberman for a month.

    After Parker left us for his permanent...
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    Below the water line would extinguish the fire...

    Below the water line would extinguish the fire faster :D

    Regards, Rod.
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    I also like a long I feed fence that ends at the...

    I also like a long I feed fence that ends at the blade for ripping solid stock...Rod
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    It's a misprint. it's Home Depot. It's 50,000...

    It's a misprint. it's Home Depot.

    It's 50,000 light years, which is the distance you have to walk to find an employee at Home Depot :D

    Regards, Rod.
  8. Blade guards do prevent accidents, and they can...

    Blade guards do prevent accidents, and they can also prevent stock kick backs caused by contact with the top of the blade.

    Overarm as well some types of riving knife/splitter mounted guards can...
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    Hi David, have you tried cleaning and waxing the...

    Hi David, have you tried cleaning and waxing the planer bed?

    Could you please provide a photograph and measurement of the snipe?

    The planer may require adjustment...........Regards, Rod.
  10. Very true Mark, the only issue is mailing that...

    Very true Mark, the only issue is mailing that story stick, drawings are easier :D

    regards, Rod.
  11. Hi Mike, I had been using Imperial all my life...

    Hi Mike, I had been using Imperial all my life before switching to metric and didn't find it difficult.

    As you indicated you do need new measuring tools and I never convert.

    I design and build...
  12. I believe the plywood standards specify standard...

    I believe the plywood standards specify standard metric dimensions such as 19, 12, 6 etc which are then sanded...Rod
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    I make a ladder type base out of plywood with...

    I make a ladder type base out of plywood with propell nuts underneath with 3/8-16 UNC cap screws for levelling feet

    Base cabinets I made with BB plywood, dado/rebate construction.

    Wall cabinets...
  14. I went metric in woodworking decades ago. It's...

    I went metric in woodworking decades ago.

    It's easier than fractions, plywood thickness is metric and most of the tooling in the world is metric.

    Designing in metric is far easier, and nobody...
  15. Do you know anyone with a shaper? A shaper can...

    Do you know anyone with a shaper?

    A shaper can cut those bridle joints.

    Of course so can a bandsaw...Rod
  16. TECK 90 could be pulled and left sitting on the...

    TECK 90 could be pulled and left sitting on the dirt as long as it's not exposed to mechanical injury, which it wouldn't be in this case.........Rod.
  17. ow, impressive, thank you very much...

    ow, impressive, thank you very much Jim.........regards, Rod.
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    That's why I would never use a vacuum without a...

    That's why I would never use a vacuum without a bag Jim, no point trying to limit your exposure to the really dangerous fine dust and then expose yourself while emptying it.....Regards, Rod.
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    I had to use a relay and a 12V 5 ampere power...

    I had to use a relay and a 12V 5 ampere power supply to drive the beacon. The relay is in my bin sensor design....Rod.
  20. I use Mirka Abranet with my Festool...

    I use Mirka Abranet with my Festool sander.........Rod.
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    I only have one shop vac, a Festool CT26, I use...

    I only have one shop vac, a Festool CT26, I use it for everything, why would I want 2 vacuums and 2 sets of accessories and hoses?

    The dust is packed so tightly in the bags it is like lifting a...
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    Paul, I've done both of those things, no fun. ...

    Paul, I've done both of those things, no fun.

    I put a large LED beacon like an emergency vehicle would have in the ceiling of the shop, no ignoring it when the level sensor triggers...........Rod....
  23. Sounds like you're busy Jim, would you have any...

    Sounds like you're busy Jim, would you have any photographs of the windows you built please?

    I've been working on my BBQ island, however it's going slowly as it's 33C here and I'm a wimp.

    The...
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    Edwin, sometimes boring is good:D Hope you and...

    Edwin, sometimes boring is good:D
    Hope you and your family are well in this pandemic........regards, Rod.
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    Yes, I'm a bit late, hope you all had a great...

    Yes, I'm a bit late, hope you all had a great July 4 holiday.

    Like our Canada Day holiday a few days before, it was different from the norm...........regards, Rod.
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