I saw a post here some time ago about the article on shop fires in the
latest FWW... I have been a subscriber for years and just got my issue
*yesterday*.... How does this compare to those of you in other areas? I am
in Northern California, about 3 hrs North of SF.
You mean the Shops & Tools Issue? I'm about half an hour south of SF
(in San Carlos), and I got mine in time to take it with me on my
Thanksgiving trip. I left Tuesday morning, so it must've come Monday -
if it'd come Saturday I'd probably have started it Sunday.
Got mine a few weeks ago.
Las Vegas, NV
BTW I am not happy with the suggestion that one can build their own
fire sprinkler system with pvc pipe and a couple of $5 heads from the
local contractor. These systems need to be designed to provide proper
coverage using calculated pressures and placement. Otherwise, I
through the article was fine.
Yeah, I gotta say, I was thinking while I was reading that, "no way I'd
trust my only sprinkler installation in a fire without testing it, and
no way I'm testing a sprinkler installation in my shop." Seems like a
good job to outsource, to me.
You can't just spring these quizzes on us. I demand some sort of
My subscription hasn't started yet. But, if it had, it looks like I
would have gotten it before you. Is your postman a woodworker? Do the
pages look well feathered?
Indianapolis; got mine the same day the post appeared about shop fires,
whenever that was. Couple weeks ago?
Doug Miller (alphageek-at-milmac-dot-com)
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Mine came a couple weeks ago.
I was "Printing and Mailing" chairman for a large technical conference a few
years ago. When you do a large mailing, it is not unusual for it to take
2-3 weeks to get everything sent.
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