Re: HAAS blowing fuses
- From: "Jeffrey Lebowski" <The_Dude@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2006 14:16:15 -0800
<clutch@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
"Jeffrey Lebowski" <The_Dude@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I guess if you got to put a hole in the cabinet you get out your .44
and aim at the spot you want the hole. This technique will keep the
chips to a minimum. Since they didn't say you couldn't do it, logic
follows that it will be ok, just don't drill.
Actually, this does work quite well for putting drain holes into the chip
Wear ear protection. One .380 out of a handgun fired at a burn barrel
sent a noise pulse back at my left ear that wiped out 20 - 30db in a
Curved metal objects can send focused sound right back at you.
Good point, and sorry about your loss.
We've always layed them onto their side with the open end facing away--black
felt pen bullseye on the bottom...