DIYAPASON-L Digest #984 - Tuesday, March 30, 2004
Re: [Residence Organs]  Ouch
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(back) Subject: Re: [Residence Organs] Ouch From: <> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 10:43:13 EST   Oh no it was a dumb thing to do. When you are working with a saw, un like other power tools, you have to = have be prepared before you start. I did not have a push stick any where near = where I was going to need it. So reaching for it caused the problem. If I had = just keep on pushing the way I was, it would have been close but no finger = cutting would have happened. I used the saw yesterday, cut two little parts out of one long one, and I = was nervous but no loss of skin. With the finger rapped it feels like all = thumbs I guess.   OK enough of that. What I am doing is rewinding the swell chest. Same regulator closer to the chest though. The swell would stammer win a lot of = stops were on and coupled. The in let to the chest is 2" X21" so I made a wind box that feeds into = that opening. The box all so serves as the leg on that end. This is a = Holezinger DE chest if that helps the mental picture any. I want to go from the end of the regulator into the side of the wind box. = 8" pipe line? I used 6" before over a longer distance but had the stammer problem. I used 6" for the great chest and have no problems but different style of regulator (floating top) and the chest is almost double the size of the = Holzinger with same amount of stops. Any thoughts?   Thanks Dennis