To Work From Home

gordo

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Ynot_UK

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I have a V180 in my living room. :)
Nothing to do with printing, but maybe a useful tip... check your home insurer is fully aware and specifically, annotates on your policy their acceptance of you running a commercial press in your home. Playing devil's advocate, if they are not aware and you have a subsequent claim, especially fire related, there's a good chance your policy would be invalidated. Introducing IEC60309 (BS4343 in old money) connectors and cabling into a domestic dwelling won't sit right with many a surveyor/loss adjuster - especially if they are on site after a mishap, looking for a get-out clause.

Presumably you have a dedicated 32A radial circuit for the press, on an MCB/RCBO with a C-curve to cater for inrush current?

Don't get caught out on this - I don't want to be a jerk, but being blunt - you've been caught out by relying on empty promises and hearsay too many times, by what you've told us over the last few months. The devil is always in the detail and you & your family's lives could depend on this one.
 

chriscozi

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Don't get caught out on this - I don't want to be a jerk, but being blunt - you've been caught out by relying on empty promises and hearsay too many times, by what you've told us over the last few months. The devil is always in the detail and you & your family's lives could depend on this one.
No, no, you are spoiling all the fun and profit for the insurance company!
Each of those adjusters has little Timmy at home to take care of too.
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Ynot_UK

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The safest place ..... when you're printing counterfeit stuff :D
The counter argument to this being, if you're caught doing it at home, you're banged to rights.
Whereas if you're doing it at work, when the 💩 hits the fan, you know nothing as it must be someone else ;)

 

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