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    Quote Originally Posted by countryboy1966 View Post
    Any update?
    New door is in. Got approval monday and got like 80% of the way to getting an 8' door in. While they were doing that I worked on getting wire ran for the phase converter. Going to power it up in like an hour, get some oil moving through the system and make sure the ball screws and the rails have oil protecting them. Moving it will be another adventure.

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    If you're going to have power to it in a few days I wouldn't worry about powering it up now, wait until it is in its final spot.

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    Anyone got advice for getting this in there that doesn't involve ramming speed?

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    Is there any chance that you can move the problem just around the corner and cut a hole in the sidewall of the house?
    When you are done, you can do a bit of creative re-framing and residing and have a removable panel for exiting the machine someday. Might be a great place for a new window.

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    Got her powered up. Think the hose fitting managed to get damaged when it was being disconnected originally so unfortunately couldn't get the 4th and 5th axis to move. But I got the other three moving. New door is also mostly in. Just needs to have the trim replaced and a few other things and it should be ready.


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