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  1. Thread: Gps

    by Matt Day
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    Computers, satellites, people to push a few...

    Computers, satellites, people to push a few buttons...

    http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/210893-extremetech-explains-how-does-gps-work
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    That's double his budget.

    That's double his budget.
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    +1. I just installed 10 this same way and it...

    +1.

    I just installed 10 this same way and it worked well. A tip - don't skimp on the tape. Put plenty on so it doesn't sag under the weight of the drawer front. I had a couple that moved on me...
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    Just to close this thread, the issue was in fact...

    Just to close this thread, the issue was in fact a dead charger. Thanks to Greg for the charger! Good to be back in business.
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    I would not rebuild it - cost prohibitive based...

    I would not rebuild it - cost prohibitive based on what the OP said about his friends budget. I'm guessing $300-400 to rewind the motor.
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    There are always vintage motors being bought and...

    There are always vintage motors being bought and sold at OWWM. I'd go there to start, but post a WTB here too.
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    I couldn't believe that email went out. Quite a...

    I couldn't believe that email went out. Quite a screw up in security.
  8. Check out the capacitor. If you're lucky that's...

    Check out the capacitor. If you're lucky that's the problem and it's a $5 fix. If not and you let out the magic smoke your windings might be toast.
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    Try contacting the admin. There's a contact us...

    Try contacting the admin. There's a contact us link on the homepage.
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    I'd try a gray scotch brite pad. Hopefully by now...

    I'd try a gray scotch brite pad. Hopefully by now it's not an issue though.
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    Thanks Bob, I must have missed that. I went to...

    Thanks Bob, I must have missed that. I went to try it and it seems I've been logged in likely by an admin. Looking forward to using the new interface. Now if only the search function was even close...
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    There seem to be a number of issues with the...

    There seem to be a number of issues with the update. I can't login and have contacted the admin, but I think they're probably flooded with issues right now.
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    Jeff, Ray hasn't been active on the forum since...

    Jeff, Ray hasn't been active on the forum since 2008. Give a check to the date of the thread.
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    Thx for the offer Gregg. Your PM box is full....

    Thx for the offer Gregg. Your PM box is full. Please let me know the models you have and price shipped to 44022. Thx again
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    The impact only had one battery in it. Once it...

    The impact only had one battery in it. Once it started acting funny I put it down, and didn't use the other batteries. If anything the driver only nuked one battery.

    Good thought on going to an...
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    Makita LXT 18V impact and charger issues

    I helped my in laws build a small front deck yesterday. Charged up my batteries the day before at home just fine. After about a hundred 2 1/2" deck screws my impact driver (BTD140) started to sound a...
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    Woodworking in America?

    Is anyone planning to go to this? It's in Cincinnati so doable for me and my wife gave me to ok.

    Has anyone been to it in the past that could tell me what you think?
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    That's a very slick idea and well executed (and...

    That's a very slick idea and well executed (and good looking to boot!). What's the diameter of your throat plate?
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    Would make more sense to just check the Events...

    Would make more sense to just check the Events forum on OWWM.
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    Thanks for the link! Very cool clamping...

    Thanks for the link! Very cool clamping machines. Nice score!

    Was he using some kind of glue application station @3:00?
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    And curved tv's are nothing more than a marketing...

    And curved tv's are nothing more than a marketing gimmick.
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    I googled it but just came up with a few others...

    I googled it but just came up with a few others for sale. I've never seen one before, could you explain how it works? Thanks
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    Agreed. The ad doesn't throw up the usual scam...

    Agreed. The ad doesn't throw up the usual scam red flags. Just a couple errors likely.

    Think about how many tools for sale we've all seen that are poorly or incorrectly described, so turn out...
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    I have a basement shop too with stair access...

    I have a basement shop too with stair access only, and have a 20" 1000lb Powermatic bandsaw down there. I removed enough weight (table, motor, wheels) and got it down to 600lb or so. Still super...
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    Oh I know, motorcycles have 2 wheels, not 3! ...

    Oh I know, motorcycles have 2 wheels, not 3! Lol, J/k trike fans
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