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  • KenG58 commented on tomatoskins's instructable Table Saw Disc Sander5 months ago
    Table Saw Disc Sander

    Good idea of using a saw, and you are right I now have a use for my 20.00 diamond 10" blade after the diamond edge is worn out as well the 14" I have in my cutoff saw. Thanks Ken

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  • Solar water differential temperature controller

    I think the hot water tank could benefit from some clarification. 1. It appears you are using the drain for the pump hook up, acceptable but probably should show as a T so you can still Flush tank. Also hot water is returning to hottest part of tank where as it should be returning to a cooler portion.2. Position of hot return from solar could be mistaken as the safety relief valve. As a house can be blown up not having a safety relief valve I recommend leaving safety relief valve in place to do its job, instead using cold water entrance as hook up.Alternative - you could perhaps show the Cold water entrance dip tube and perhaps T off the cold water entrance to the solar pump and solar panel, then return the hot water to the bottom of the tank via the built in drain, but with a T so that...

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    I think the hot water tank could benefit from some clarification. 1. It appears you are using the drain for the pump hook up, acceptable but probably should show as a T so you can still Flush tank. Also hot water is returning to hottest part of tank where as it should be returning to a cooler portion.2. Position of hot return from solar could be mistaken as the safety relief valve. As a house can be blown up not having a safety relief valve I recommend leaving safety relief valve in place to do its job, instead using cold water entrance as hook up.Alternative - you could perhaps show the Cold water entrance dip tube and perhaps T off the cold water entrance to the solar pump and solar panel, then return the hot water to the bottom of the tank via the built in drain, but with a T so that it can still be drained .

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