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    Zoned system

    First post, first zoned system. Hopefully everything posts right.
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    Nice and clean. Great work. I love the wiring on the zone panel.


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    Great metal work.

    Drains might leak on the floor though


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    Quote Originally Posted by jbhenergy View Post
    Great metal work.

    Drains might leak on the floor though


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    Haha ya still waiting on the electrician and there's gonna be a sink there eventually

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    Are you allowed to attach all that nice stuff to Goodman equipment?
    “Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.”

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    Beautiful Work!! What is this Building Application, ie., Resi, or Commercial, and Purpose? Appears it may have a Loading Dock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lzenglish View Post
    Beautiful Work!! What is this Building Application, ie., Resi, or Commercial, and Purpose? Appears it may have a Loading Dock?
    So it's an old car shop I believe that has been a church for a few years now, these two rooms are for Sunday school and other classes or uses I imagine

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    Yup, mighty purty metal. Whole job is a class act.

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    Clearly a tin knocker in your previous life.

    I for one don’t have the patience or knowledge to do something that nice


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    Quote Originally Posted by jbhenergy View Post
    Clearly a tin knocker in your previous life.

    I for one don’t have the patience or knowledge to do something that nice


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    Not bad for a 3 Year apprentice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 406Tinner View Post
    Not bad for a 3 Year apprentice?
    3 year apprentice or not. You’ve got talent and skill. You’ll go places in this trade. Job well done. Nice clean work.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 406Tinner View Post
    Not bad for a 3 Year apprentice?
    As a 12th year apprentice I can’t come close to that quality of metal work.

    My best bet is draw it and send it to the metal shop I use. I just put the drives and c on.


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