Mac hardware is good even if it is non compatible with every affordable accessory in the world. The software is stupid if you're an engineer trying to debug it though, so screw that. Might as well go Linux
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How to roubo when one has no roubo
I got about an 1/8" more width than the other side. Really not sure how that happened since they were both sent through the table saw with the fence at the same position. Oh well. Going to use smoothing plane to take it off.
Perhaps I misspoke. It's harder than ever to pull up newegg/tigerdirect, and just start picking parts and building my system.
It's more of a.. things changed a lot. And yet not at all if that makes sense. I'm getting caught up. Like you mentioned, I ran into a lot of sites that are doing exactly what you say. That has helped me with compatibility issues and what is more important compared to what USED to be important.
This is what I'm thinking of building right now: http://pcpartpicker.com/list/pkphqk
Considering about 80% of my computer time is spent doing microsoft .net development - no I don't think I will. Also, I have a macbook pro from 2009. It's great and apparently indestructible, but I'd never want a mac as my main machine. In fact, when I can finally justify it, I think I will go back to a non-mac laptop.
Today was a good day! I'm almost done with the electrical. Need to wire up two more branch circuits. 1 for the table saw, 1 for the planer.
Today was the first time I got to use a machine with the new dust collector, and the first time I got to use a machine in 3 months. I was itching to test it out all ducted up. I jointed a piece of wood. It felt oh so good to see the dust spiraling away.
My panel box is getting a bit crowded.
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