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  • It only took 5-1/2 months, but I\'m ready

    I posted back in Jan that I had trade my 1978 Triumph Spitfire for some wood working equip. Well after sell the 220V saw, planner & jointer plus some other smaller stuff, buying a 14\' bandsaw & replacing missing parts for the tools I had trade for, I was set for usable tools. But I still had the power issue to address. Not wanting to put a new power panel for the house, I was finally able to get a 30amp breaker that would fit the one space I had open in the existing power panel. now I got 9-20amp plug-ins on the 30 amp line. But the old eye are not sharp as they once were, so I got three 2-bulb fixture that are T5 (I think) But they are really bright.

    I\'m going to start my first project in Six months today. I had the help of two fellas to get this project done. Pam is making her famous Green Chile dinner to feed the two guys and their wives. My first project is a three spoons for the gals, Never done spoons before···so

    OH I let Pam parker her car in my shop when I\'m not using it . . .JoeB
    . . .JoeB

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    Re: It only took 5-1/2 months, but I\'m ready

    Sounds like a well-worth while effort, Joe!

    Claude
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      Re: It only took 5-1/2 months, but I\'m ready

      Way to go. Enjoy your time in there.
      Carve On,
      Kadiddle

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      • #4
        Re: It only took 5-1/2 months, but I\'m ready

        Some things, a guy just can\'t rush into them. Nice to read your set up. My shop has 2 plugs and the freezer is on one of them. Ext. cord from the bathroom!

        I do hope that you enjoy spoon carving. Do a rough out in a piece of wood that you don\'t care about. I learned that my spoons had a process, things to do first, second, third and so on.
        Brian T

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