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So far, most of your loads are dc - cordless tools, computer. Would I seem smarmy if I suggested you investigate a dc/dc xfrmr and create a dc power tap off your battery bank? Yes, you’d need to kludge a dc connection for the tool battery charger, and a new cord to bypass the PC’s ac/dc inverter. But you’d avoid 2 stages of conversion losses.No, I haven’t done this. Your use of 12v lighting prodded the question into my head. It’s a nice project you’ve already done and this is only a question in case you get bored.
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Phil, cool idea. The converter can hide in your tool box until u need it for a cross cut.if you drill the hole first in a wider board - less chipping, easier to hold it - you can then rip the board and proceed with the rest of your neat design, making 2 converters at once.
You, sir, have some of the coolest hands-on instructables.
I like it! For the non-welders, consider replacing the rebar triangle with 1/2-5/8" ply. Then substitute a pair of gate hinges / pivots for the welded pivot points.
Clever, practical, and simple. This is a great example to help others figure out their own solutions. Thanks for sharing.