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SandMan90

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Walnut Creek, CA 94595
United States

In my garage. Sometimes I just sit there and watch TV.
My huge rolling green monster (Rancho Migrane – a play on words my Grandpa would say about his house…) has a router table, spindle sander and table saw, and everything can use the fence.

She is heavy but all I need to do is roll her a bit and she gets out of the way.

Still working on my mitersaw/radial saw setup – dust collection is in place but fence is not installed. Need much better roller-stands for my joiner and bandsaw.

All of the woodshop items in dark green were made by me, and it was all with FREE plywood and such off Craigslist.


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dnick

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#1 posted 666 days ago

I like it. Are you getting cable/sattelite in there? I got a detached garage, old tv & converter. Pretty soon I won’t be able to get sports at all. They are all going to cost money.

-- dnick, North Hollywood, Ca.

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#2 posted 666 days ago

Yes I am! I was lucky that the main splitter was right by the wall – so the first time I plugged it in – I was getting great TV. Unfortunately I drained all the power out of the cable and everyone else’s TV was choppy…

Called the cable guy out and he setup an amplifier – and didn’t charge me! Good Karma to him for sure!

Be sure to blow it out regularly – the dust can make it overheat. I am thinking about covering it up for protection, but hey I’m lazy that way…

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