As I posted in another thread I am wiring my garage for 220V for my new
bandsaw. I will eventually be buying a new table saw in the future (once
SWBO forgets about the bandsaw purchase).
I am trying to determine how I would feed the TS power from the same outlet.
Of course I will not be running the two at the same time. I'm not as think
as you stupid I am!
Could I make my own extension cord from #10 and run it through some flexible
conduit? Does the metal flexible conduit need to be grounded?
Nope, I don't; I do however sometimes worry about the ability of
some to follow/understand the expertise on this board. Any work
with electrical components requires some fundamental
understanding of its working and the attendent safety
The expertise here for the most part is VG to EX.
I've said this before and will say it again. There are three types of
electrical advice you will get on this group. (1) Right. (2) Wrong. (3)
Dangerous. If you have to ask, you aren't qualified to know the difference
and should consult an electrician before you burn your house down/kill
Umm, isn't that the same thing you're responding to?
And, IMO, there ARE a couple in particular who should abandon
this group. That said, it's the self-healing aspect of most
newsgroups that makes them good. This group is pretty good at
self-healing for the most part.
"Forum"??? That's what you use for containing a containing concrete when you
pour it, isn't it?
They definitely should be abandoned -- the wet concrete ruins the surface of
the wood. It's usually not good for firewood, either.
n. [Usenet, GEnie, CI$; pl. `fora' or `forums'] Any
discussion group accessible through a dial-in BBS, a mailing
list, or a newsgroup (see the network). A forum functions much
like a bulletin board; users submit postings for all to read and
discussion ensues. Contrast real-time chat via talk mode or
point-to-point personal email.
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