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    The Quest for More Power

    I live and work alone so every now and then I have to post some incidental progress shot to help keep me going. Holes drilled for wire path, sub panel mounted. Its a start. Outlet and junction boxes are next, then I can yank some wire.
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    What a tease!! Are those outlet boxes going to be attached to some tools? How about some details!

    And yes, we need to celebrate the small stuff. When I make a list of what I need to do each day, I am always sure to keep it at the level that I can actually get some of it done!!
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    4 - 220v for G0513X, future jointer (replacing a 6" like everyone else who didn't listen), TS and DC. Dedicated 110v each for 2 - 12ga cord reels and wall outlets. Keeping the existing main panel 110v 20a for part of the shop lights, garage door opener and outside garage door lights. Weeee.
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    Oh boy - that rocks! You'll love that larger jointer.
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    Hi Glenn,
    Good luck on your quest! You are following in the footsteps of Greats that went on before you.....Hannibal ( not Lecktor) the Great, Alexander the Great and don't forget Marty the Great! " A quest for more Power!"
    Seriously, you have got to be pleased with this addition to your shop! Good for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Schaubhut View Post
    Hi Glenn,
    Good luck on your quest! You are following in the footsteps of Greats that went on before you.....Hannibal ( not Lecktor) the Great, Alexander the Great and don't forget Marty the Great! " A quest for more Power!"
    Seriously, you have got to be pleased with this addition to your shop! Good for you.
    Shaz

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