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After looking at this again, it had the looks of a home made unit. PVC pipe probes ,electrical tape,battery charger clips, wrong gloves, maybe no foot peddle switch.
I have seen some videos using 300v. house wiring, wire nuts, sitting in a chair with forearms resting on the table edge.

I am glad you posted this ,Gene, and that you bumped this ,Tony, sadly there will be more casualties.
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I have not heard of doing that.
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Don, you'd be wise to forget it, too. Don't want to lose any friends.

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A local flooring store added a small table to their showroom. One of the tile installers and his wife made it. Beautiful work with metallic green epoxy down the center. If I had a shop where I could do this sort of thing, I'd make some sort of fail proof way to do it. Maybe separated by a plexiglass shield or door that could not be opened without unplugging the power cord.
Beautiful stuff, but scary process.
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A local flooring store added a small table to their showroom. One of the tile installers and his wife made it. Beautiful work with metallic green epoxy down the center. If I had a shop where I could do this sort of thing, I'd make some sort of fail proof way to do it. Maybe separated by a plexiglass shield or door that could not be opened without unplugging the power cord.
Beautiful stuff, but scary process.
Well the way the stock market is going , Iím debating to make one
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Ok ,I never insulate
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"...would prefer to die a more natural death .
So I think I’ll pass "

Good one, Rick!
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You know the old saying "Once burnt, twice shy". Well, with those fractal gadgets, once is all ya get.

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Rick, soon to be known as KrispKritter.
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More like 6í under

I donít always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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More like 6í under
Did you mean under done?
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