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Pete38

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About Pete38

  • Birthday 01/13/1964

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  • Location
    Eastview, Kentucky
  • Interests
    Model Ships
    Computers
    My Dog (Triton)

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  1. Jolly, That one was Un-bear-able😁
  2. Just checked other forums that I have posted pictures in. They are still there and visible
  3. I do not know if this is a site problem or one on my end. In just the last few days all the photos in my Triton Cross Section build log have disappeared. Anyway someone could look into this and just let me know if it is on my end or not? See example below on how it appears. Next I started building my buildboard. Using some 3/4 MDF and some shelving brackets (taken from a shelf in my garage) I used spray adhesive to attached the frame locations to the buildboard.
  4. Not today but yesterday.... To replace the one that was worn out And one I get done using this, try to find some time for the crosscut sled from Jim Byrnes Very well Made
  5. Hope he has lots of these in stock, just ordered me one.
  6. Everything looks good an mine, no problems. 2 different computers, both using chrome
  7. Got this yesterday. Online auction that has a location warehouse close to where I live. Wide format 24" HP inkjet printer. Might come in handy if I ever get back to my build.
  8. At work they are always on you to fix the machines and get production running no mater what. So when the boss asked if I have fixed the problem, I just say "We don't fix things here we just postpone the problem till a later date"
  9. put the filters on the suction side of the fan and draw the air through them. That is what I do when sanding and seems to work pretty good. I just use a cheap window box fan.
  10. Pat I use the subway theme also. Just changed the settings and left the sight. Came back on they had reverted to the default. Same as yours is doing. I use Chrome and Window 10
  11. Still Working and working and working and working. Seems there is no time for my build. I will just keep following along with the little time I have and someday will get back to my Triton
  12. Did not get it today but last week, new toolchest for work, was running out of room in the old one
  13. The hose I had was just a little small for the one in the thickness sander, I just wrapped some electrical tape around the hose for a snug fit. Works great and is alway easily removed or put baclk on.
  14. Me to my boss one day "Your'e pay me enough to get my body here, if you want my brain to come with it, it will cost you extra."

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