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  1. #11
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    thanks chad ...........
    one day, one day .................
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  2. #12
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    Put all the pics end to end and make a short movie
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  3. #13
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    Considering your welder to shop ratio I believe you could heat your shop by merely running your synchrowave!!! (not welding, just ON)

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  4. #14
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    Hmmm , you probably have more clear room in that little shop than I have in my shop right now . Trying to do the organization thing right now but with a couple of projects and all my tools I need a bigger shop . Dan
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  5. #15
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    Talking little mini me ...........

    ha ha ha ha ha ha ha .................I knew someone would get a kick out of my growing enterprize. ha ha ha ha. I got the before picture(well.....movie) now alls I need is the after picture. I have a big vortex inline fan hooked up to a thermostat and also hooked up to a dimmer switch for speed control for when I weld. the fan gets unpluged when I leave unless it's the two hottest months of the year. I havn't had to use the fan due to heat yet. she gets up to 30 below up here. summers not bad. the shed is shaded with tall trees. I'll die for two months out of the summer but hey ..........................
    one way or another .............................................
    GET ER DONE .................GET ER DONE.
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  6. #16
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    Default With custom lock bar

    ...to keep out wandering miscreants. You get credit for making the best of a less than ideal situation. If I ever get whiny about not having more room, I remember this post. I don't think you mentioned how it is that you have/get 240v power out there.

    I have a nick-name for you... since you've reminded me of a Monty Python skit about Arthur "Two Sheds" Jackson.
    Last edited by EdZep; 02-05-2008 at 11:55 PM.

  7. #17
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    Talking charley two sheds ............................

    ha ha ha ha .................my new indian name will be "dusty two sheds" lol. I wired the welder strait to a 100A service in the house. the line runs under the ground, outside to the shed. I also have another circuit for the rest of the power source. like my main light, heater, plug-ins etc. yes the wire is properly rated and rated for outside use. I did my homework. the line is about 3 feet down, I have 2x4's under and on top of the line to help protect it from shovels, if you know what I mean. lol lol "dusty two sheds" that's halarious ..........................................
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  8. #18
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    dusty two sheds:

    Books, lotsa books; I like a man with books. Welding is more than practice, it's learning too.

    Better chain that welder down, before the mosquitos fly it away. Lotsa big mosquitos in Canada, eh??
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    Default A bit of Brit humor

    ...for Dusty Two-Sheds.

    Here's the YouTube clip of Arthur 'Two Sheds' Jackson.

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    Talking

    ha ha ha ha thats hilarious .................................................. ..........
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