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fWhen I had my shop in my portable building it was very warm in summer here in GA it was a metal sided and roofed building. I still have it but use the big shop now. if I had it to do again id have insulated that mug with R13 and air conditioned it. a PTAC Unit (Hotel AC) (Package Terminal Air Conditioner) or a window unit wouldn't draw that much. looking good.

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fWhen I had my shop in my portable building it was very warm in summer here in GA it was a metal sided and roofed building. I still have it but use the big shop now. if I had it to do again id have insulated that mug with R13 and air conditioned it. a PTAC Unit (Hotel AC) (Package Terminal Air Conditioner) or a window unit wouldn't draw that much. looking good.
Thanks. Yeah, before next summer, it WILL be insulated and I will have a window unit AC installed. I don't handle heat well anymore. I hate the summer time down south. I can handle a little chill, just throw some more clothes on.
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Ugh. Thanks USPS. Any time they deliver one of my packages, they are almost always damaged. With UPS, there is never an issue. Needless to say, you can imagine how my t-tracks looked... Thankfully I managed to bend them back more or less straight. Straight enough for my miter station anyway. Amazon is partly to blame with this one. Both of them were out of their packaging, which I found crumpled up at the top of the box when I opened it/ They could have at least put some corner reinforcement in the box for a little extra strength.

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