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Cranky, but HELPFUL 220V thread

[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif[/img] A little testy at times, but "LOADED with good info" is the way I would describe the recent marathon thread on wiring a 220V welder. What I have found in rubbing up against the electrical business is that it seems to be parceled out; that is to say one guy might like controls; one guy might absolutely love distribution gear, and one guy just can't seem to get enough of 5" conduit. If it serves to dispel the usual household myths and make things just a little clearer, a thread like the one I mentioned is definitely worth it, even if it may cause some bumps and bruises now and then.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]

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new and improved!!!!
short wheel base and 220V BBS [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]



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I'm not bruised by this...
They are all armatures compared to my former girlfriends!! Now they can dish out the pain and suffering!! [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/shocked.gif[/img]

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I'm glad you found it informative, Dave. I thought it got a little out of hand but with over 270 views, I guess some were interested even if only to see how it was going to end.



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Re: Cranky, but HELPFUL 220V thread

And especially for speed_buggy

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new and improved!!!!
short wheel base and 220V BBS

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BTW - why speed_buggy? After the old cartoon now seen in syndication?



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yup old cartoon, it was toss up between that and "grape ape"
my jeep_chic liked speed_buggy more better[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img] how could I argue.
and team rush I wasn't bashing you. I've seen NEC code interpretation battles rage for months.


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Re: Cranky, but HELPFUL 220V thread

Good choice, you would have had to paint your Jeep candy plum for Grape Ape.

I looked at your profile. So you design automation control systems for the semiconductor industry. Anything I would have heard of? Hopefully not SKADApack.



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I'm just a number. design cable harness, power racks. interface with robots, flow controllers, lots of safety interlocks. I don't do device design, I design systems. the company I work for, competes against applied materials. unless you work in a wafer fab you shouldn't have seen any of my systems.

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boy that stuff was CONFUSING!

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dam just when i thought how could anyone kick that dead horse anymore

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