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==Tool Use==
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== Tool Use ==
 
* If you use it, put it back when you're done with it.
 
* If you use it, put it back when you're done with it.
 
* If you don't know how to use a tool, ask!
 
* If you don't know how to use a tool, ask!
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* If you're buying trash bags, get the 33-gallon drawstring type. They fit the 32-gallon cans nicely. There is one 45-gallon can too.
 
* If you're buying trash bags, get the 33-gallon drawstring type. They fit the 32-gallon cans nicely. There is one 45-gallon can too.
 
* Please don't throw sheet metal, copper, or aluminum away. We recycle these.
 
* Please don't throw sheet metal, copper, or aluminum away. We recycle these.
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== Harbor Freight (Hossfeld Style) Bender ==
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* This is a great tool for bending strips of metal, or bending heavy rod.
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* How-to manual can be downloaded from [http://manuals.harborfreight.com/manuals/38000-38999/38470.pdf Harbor Freight]

Revision as of 12:13, 26 April 2011

Tool Use

  • If you use it, put it back when you're done with it.
  • If you don't know how to use a tool, ask!
  • If you break it, post about it to the list to figure out how to resolve it.


Trash

  • If you're buying trash bags, get the 33-gallon drawstring type. They fit the 32-gallon cans nicely. There is one 45-gallon can too.
  • Please don't throw sheet metal, copper, or aluminum away. We recycle these.


Harbor Freight (Hossfeld Style) Bender

  • This is a great tool for bending strips of metal, or bending heavy rod.
  • How-to manual can be downloaded from Harbor Freight