Sorry about that! We've designed this one to be real simple and easy to use. You can even use cut and paste to put your images in.Hi KB02
No, I accidently posted the same pic twice -- some forums give me FITS!!!
HI Bob:Sorry about that! We've designed this one to be real simple and easy to use. You can even use cut and paste to put your images in.
Sometimes, if you're on a slow connection, and/or the images are large, they'll take a moment or two to appear. That's what usually causes double images, the first one is still uploading, you don't see it and think "It didn't work, I'll try again". Then a moment later, you have two.
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You also need to think about how your going to support the benchwork , those turnaround loops will almost certainly have to have legs to the floor or cables to the ceiling , usually the maximum practicable cantilever is somewhere around 18'' - 24 ", to get cantilevers out beyond 24" you need substantial support braces or even steel support.One thing that I forgot to mention is that I am looking for the ability to do continuous running, that is the reason for the larger size in some areas
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