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Old 10-12-2006, 08:38 PM   #1
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Default need ideas on how to set up a work shop

Does anyone have a good suggestion for setting up a dc lathe, tire truer and brush serrater\cutter and break in stand to be powered. Like a cheap ac\dc power supply or something that can be built. I want to dedicate a power system to these devices any ideas.
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do you want somethig that you can take with you or is this for a workshop where the power will always be there

at my work shop I have a 30amp ps mounted under my table top with a box thats has banna plugs in it

for travel I have a raido shack 23 amp ps I take with me

for the few tracks I go to with no power I take a small rc flight batery 17amp hr lasts all weekend

hopesome of this helps
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