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Old 05-17-2018, 06:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Working in my shop some. Had to do some electrical work for a 220v 60 amp line to be ran. :). So I reorganized the layout and made it more efficient than before. Itís not finished yet and some in progress photos.










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Thanks for the great idea how to store all of my chuck jaws.
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Looks great, but now you have to put all of your stuff back where you found it
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Progress is looking good. Be sure to give us a "finished" photo.
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OMG. 220 60 amp? Is that for the kiln? Did you have to upgrade your fuse box?
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OMG. 220 60 amp? Is that for the kiln? Did you have to upgrade your fuse box?

No on the fuse box. Fortunately and yes itís for the kiln.

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Pretty cool. Hope she enjoys it. The pottery looks great.
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I like the Abranet curtains. ;)
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I like the Abranet curtains. ;)


Yes. I just replaced the rod since the old one broke. Itís 80 grit HD. 240 grit. 400 grit. 600 grit. 800 grit. The 1,000, 1,500 and 2,500 grit is in sheets.

I have scissors on a mag strip to the left
Of the lathe that I cut off whatever section I need.


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I could be wrong, but I think Ed's drunk.
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