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    Wow! Congratulations Leo!
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    Congratulations, Leo!!!
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    Awesome!! Glad she's home! Enjoy the setup and learning, it is really a lot of fun! Better to take your time and know what you're doing!!

    The first thing I did was bypass the safety switch on the lid..... like the very first thing.

    Looks like an awesome machine! Congrats!!!!!

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    Congratulations on the smooth landing!

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    Good to see it in your shop Leo. I know you have been waiting a long time. Looking forward to watching your projects from this machine.
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    Woot! Looking forward to seeing it put to use Leo. Congrats!
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    I have a list of ideas.

    Yesterday I looked at what I need to do to get power to the machine.

    Basically I just need to plug it in.

    I went to home Depot and to Lowes - they don't have such a receptical as what I need. I ordered it on McMaster, along with some colored and some clear acrylic. Should be here in a few days.

    My first tries will be on some older thin plywood I have hangin around

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    Congrats Leo!
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    Congratulations Eo. You are going to have a ball I know. Looking forward to your out put.
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