Cincinnatus

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About Cincinnatus

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    Cincinnati, Ohio Area
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    Woodworking, straight razors, beekeeping

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  1. Das, Olydemon, Aus, John - great looking pieces! Guess I need to get off my rear and finish some pieces.
  2. Wow - really impressed with that opener Jeremy - great job!
  3. Great job - I like the industrial look.
  4. Now I see what you mean about a pain without a brake! Once you see the beam you realize how big the brackets are.
  5. Very nice - keep posting pics so we can see the progress.
  6. Nice that the persistence paid off. I have a relative that has this Peter Wright sitting in the yard - I need to start begging.
  7. I agree - after 25 years as an Electrical Engineer doing power distribution in buildings - I don't trust myself all the time either.... As I always tell everyone that asks for advise and is not comfortable working with electricity - call an Electrician - cheaper than a house fire.
  8. A single phase 230 VAC, 5 HP draws 28 amps. 30 amps would work but be tight. I would opt for a 35 Amp switch. The other option mentioned is a starter - you will need a NEMA size 2 for the motor, pretty standard - just search the web. NEMA size 2 is designed to handle a motor up to 7.5 HP.
  9. Very nice - already downloaded a few images. Thanks for the link.
  10. With Valentine's Day coming up - I made this for my wife. First go at making a flower and played around making a vase.