Published at Thursday, 08 November 2018. Ceiling. By Haley Snyder.
This is the panel lift drywall lift thanks, guys they sent out. Where is it a couple years ago? This little dolly right here also by panel, if oh, the troll right there, pretty handy for you - know, moving sheet goods around for any great length of time. So once again, thanks to the fine folks at panel lift for sending that out, but yeah should be pretty exciting, a second heater to go up here right over here and yeah. Actually, you know in one of the early videos I was ripping on this pays load. Nailer did not like it, it would not fire about half the time. I picked up some of the newer fuel they have out and I have not had it misfire one time. So this new quick load fuel - I don't know if I just got a bad batch of fuel when I bought this thing, but when I gave it a really kind of crappy review and now I feel kind of bad for it, because now that I actually get Some different fuel in it it has worked flawlessly. You know the other fuel had not expired if you're having trouble with these the expiration date on the fuel is on the back here, and I have noticed that stuff that has expired generally does not work at all, but I don't know what that was whether I just got a couple of cans of bad fuel or what? But this thing has been running flawlessly for doing uh. I name you to know nailing putting in nailers and stuff like that up here so yeah, I got to say the Paz load, the older CF 325 whoa. I think it's a three to five at least yeah 30 degree Naylor CF three to five yeah. This thing is running really well.
I figure. That's probably good enough. I think, for our area, we're supposed to have our 42 but good enough. Some 8-foot light fixtures here, more wiring for more of them. I've got drops Oh at various places to where I'll have the light there. You know light their light there and then three of these shorter ones up here, so it should be plenty of light for filming. That was always the problem in here before is you know by the time I turn the camera, like the ISO up high enough to actually be able to record it looks really grainy and looks really crappy and just kind of hard to see. What's going on, and also I had very little space, I just ended up dumping, pretty much everything from the old cabinet shop out here aside from their really big tools, and now that everything's kind of picked up put up, I have enough room to actually do some Stuff out here, so my little tiny welding table over here is gonna go well, I guess it's not gonna go, I'm probably just gonna move hid somewhere in here and then I think I'm gonna pick up a piece of 4 by 4 by 10 or 4 by 8 3/8 and turn that into a new welding table, which will be pretty snazzy and pretty nice to actually have a big workbench and actually try and get this set up to where it can actually do some more stuff out here. So it should be pretty exciting, still have more drywall and insulation to put up, but it's going along here, pretty well got ta say I love this panel. Lift, I don't think I will ever do drywall without one of these things again.
I had my Xmt and my feeder and stuff and other stuff over here, just kind of on a cart and man. It is windy today this garage door is kind of bowling in from the ridiculous wind anyway, so yeah got. My electrical panel over here ran some new lines over here have moved my Xmt and my sinker wave over here against the wall. Yeah ran the electric through the wall, so it doesn't look quite this crappy and there were some old storage cabinets on this back wall. I chucked those were just disgusting and some put up some shelving over here moved my freezer over there kind of out of the way put up some electric heat out here, which all man is nice for, because it's still winter, we just have kind of a Warm day today, but yeah, it's nice actually having heat out here and now that I have insulation in here, I just put up half-inch drywall and I've got our 30 above it right over. Here is what I've been using. Just you know to roll out our 30 attic insulation.
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