Once upon a time there was a man and a kite. His name was Ben Franklin. He got some jollies by putting a kite into the air. He invented electricity. And after that there was plenty of electricity to go around. Some woodworkers are electricians. Some woodworkers think they are electricians. Not all woodworkers can be electricians. Some woodworkers attempt suicide by pretending to be electricians. Hence, this woodworker hires electricians to take the risk away from this woodworker who has a stupid “I can-do-anything” attitude. I can’t. Electricity and this woodworker are like matter and anti-matter. See Gary the electrician installing a 100 amp line near the soon to be electrified jointer.
This woodworker asked Gary what an “amp” was? Gary said. “It’s an amazing miracle plaything.” This woodworker knowing nothing about electricity said, “Oh, goody, I have 100 of them, but I will let them stay in their boxes and their lines instead of playing with them directly.” Gary said, “Good idea.”
Here is Jeremy the electrician studying the Bible of the bandsaw. He has his finger on Electricity 20:1.
Now, this is Jeremy praying to the bandsaw. I can understand that. I’ve been praying for electricity for my bandsaw for months. NOW I”VE GOT IT!!!
Soon, dear reader, I shall begin the work on real wood and provide pictures to real projects.
-- /\/\/\ BarryW /\/\/\ Stay so busy you don't have time to die.