On Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at 12:15:51 PM UTC-4, Gramps' shop wrote:
I've got the room in my shop, but I might need to remove a few items, such as everything else.
Then the walls would have to go in order to have room to feed stock into (and out of) the saw.
As long as it never rains or gets cold, I'll be fine. I think I'll put in a bid.
It's a 3-phase motor, so make sure you don't steal power from just one
neighbor. I wonder if the different lengths of extension cords will be
enough to delay the signal so you've got 3PH-like power?
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On Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at 11:29:06 PM UTC-4, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I'll run the extension cords straight up the trunks of a few trees to slow the power. I'll
circle them around the branches on the way down to slow the descent. It might catch up a
little, but I think I'll be OK.
On Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at 11:15:51 AM UTC-5, Gramps' shop wrote:
Only 5 hp? Kind of anemic for a SCMI European sliding tablesaw. That is t
he entry level for horsepower. And only 5 foot slider. Short. Not sure i
t would be worth getting a slider if it did not have an 8 foot slider. But
the saw does come with a little Chinese dust collector!
from a plant closing
Berg Furniture closes its Furniture manufacturing plant in Barrington,
has a 1 inch arbor and 12 inch blade
i would guess the blade is expensive and no idea if they are hard to
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