I just recently realized that I never wrapped this blog up. So today I will add some pics of the final installation and a few notes about our trials and travails to GC this project in-house, with a second hand system. Here it is from the outsi...
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General purpose gear head, CAD jockey, CNC tool junky & DIY glutton for punishment...
I was bit with the woodworking bug when my dad custom made built-in desks, bookshelves, cabs and mantle in our family home.
After a decade in the navy, I punched out and built a timber frame house in Maine. And after 15 years, three kids, a large addition and a few out buildings, I'm calling the place done.
Currently work as an industrial packaging engineer and I'm setting up a man cave in the basement to make shaker and A&C style furniture.
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-- Pine is fine, but Oak's no joke!
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It’s been a 2 year delay, so I guess I better get going on this project again… The bread boards were previously planed at the same time as the top boards. I cut the dados with a slot cutting router bit on the router table. Then ...
out with the old… landing the base of the new… and the top… all put together with the crows nest (we dropped the ball and didn’t have the caged ladder ready to go)
Well tomorrow was supposed to be our crane day to remove the old Torrit cartridge DC and install the new Bag house DC….. but when we loaded the unit onto a flat bed to have it ready to go in the a.m. .... One leg is bent like a pretz...
I mentioned previously that we were disappointed to discover that this bag house had been used in some kind of a stone crushing operation. We had hoped that the bags, which have a reputation for lasting quite a long time and can be washed and rep...