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    Thanks Terry...

    Received this banner that @Lis2323 kindly sent over to me, this morning and promptly hung up It needs time to let the creases settle out, it's free hanging with a wooden spar to stretch it out at the bottom. I'll also drop it down a bit cos it's out of the eye line up there.

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    We also got my cousin's pit bikes up. They make pretty good ornaments, I suppose.

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    Re: Thanks Terry...

    Nice shop! Looks like you have a bunch of tubing work.

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    Re: Thanks Terry...

    Who is charged with the responsibility of wiping the dust off the bikes?
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    Re: Thanks Terry...

    Thanks it's a collaboration between me, my brother, and also my cousin, who chipped in for the wiring and mezzanine costs last year on condition of having somewhere to store some tools and these bikes.
    We've had over 400 trestle legs welded up in the last 6 months. Got another 50 left of this batch. 4 member 304L legs with tops, TIG welded.

    First thing I demanded yesterday was that cousin keeps the bikes looking clean

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    Re: Thanks Terry...

    Looks great! That Terry's an alright fella.

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    Re: Thanks Terry...

    I love your shop Munkul. Nice to have a good working relationship with family!


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    Re: Thanks Terry...

    Got my Nurburgring fabric banners hung up at the weekend. Still got Terry's banner to move, should get that done this weekend

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    I've got a couple car related banners - Nismo, M-Sport, that sort of thing - but they were cheap and look a bit tatty now, so I'll probably leave it until some more meaningful ones come along.
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    Re: Thanks Terry...

    Could you give a bit info on that cable channel above the bench running the length of the building?
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    Re: Thanks Terry...

    Quote Originally Posted by bead-boy View Post
    Could you give a bit info on that cable channel above the bench running the length of the building?
    What about it? It's just galvanized cable tray We went with tray because it makes life so much easier - can run extra wiring for lights, sockets etc any time in the future as well as the compressed air pipework. The 3phase sockets are ran as individual spurs from the main breaker panel, so a lot of cables start piling up together.
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    Re: Thanks Terry...

    It's too far away to see. Are the cables just zip tied in the channel? And all the cable is exposed coming out of the channel to the switches/outlets?

    I wanted to use cable tray for the same reason you stated, but my electrician acted like I was nutz, or that I didn't know what I was talking about (which of course I don't).
    He also mumbled something about different wiring is used inside conduit, and can't mix wiring types and voltages in same conduit.

    I assume to pass code that I will have to use conduit between the tray and the outlets. And that I would have to use a covered cable tray.
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