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    Been Cleaning

    So I took some new pic of the set up.
    As you can see there is still some work left to do.
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    It could be worse You could be on fire.
    Stupid hurts.

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    Well Chuck, you can't climb a ladder if you don't put a foot on the first step, and that you've done it already, so go for the next one

    BTW On the third pic, is that a paint booth what you have there? Does it have aspiration system plus water curtain?
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    Dang...I can see the floor in every picture. (Just barely in the first one, though.)

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    wonder what settings I left the camera on...
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    Chuck you sure got a lot of stuff stuffed in there
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    Toni that is a wet both. I paned in a tub for the bench and ran a deain out the bottom. The tile saw and a unused gem grinder are in threr. Along with the drill press which also has a water cooling system for drilling rock.
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
    Stupid hurts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaLea Thoits View Post
    wonder what settings I left the camera on...
    Yeah, ow, my eyes!
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    I just assumed he found some barley pops left over from Larry's visit, reason why he was so congenial and let us look around!
    Get everything put away, will take longer to do the next project cause you won't remember where everything is!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Shively View Post
    I just assumed he found some barley pops left over from Larry's visit, reason why he was so congenial and let us look around!
    Get everything put away, will take longer to do the next project cause you won't remember where everything is!!
    True but on the up side I found the set of jointer knifes I knew I had. Almost bought a new set so I could change them but passed because I knew I had a set. I just didn't know where. Now if I could just put my hands on the jig to change them with.
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
    Stupid hurts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    True but on the up side I found the set of jointer knifes I knew I had. Almost bought a new set so I could change them but passed because I knew I had a set. I just didn't know where. Now if I could just put my hands on the jig to change them with.
    Ahhhhhhh, some more cleaning to do yet!!!
    Jon

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