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I'm updating the article on dust collection and I'm looking for a German-speaking member to help with some research. We've been working in English and French but we're looking for other sources. Can you help?

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Ron: My youngest Daughter teaches German and is fully fluent, as she worked and lived there for some time. Right now she is living in the Guelph area. She would probably help out if you want I can ask.

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Ron: My youngest Daughter teaches German and is fully fluent, as she worked and lived there for some time. Right now she is living in the Guelph area. She would probably help out if you want I can ask.

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Hi Michael:

Thanks for the offer but I was hoping for a wood worker from Germany who lived and worked in German. My objective is to see what is available in the German language and what 3M is saying in German that they're not saying in English. I could expand this to other products if the member was interested.

This came about as a comparison between the French and English web sites of 3M. I was hoping to expand this to the German language sites too. Thank you for the offer but don't trouble your daughter, that is unless she's a wood worker and interested in stuff like air filter efficiency and lousy documentation.

Thanks again for the offer.

Ron

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Ron, many parts of Europe have specialists in woodworking and Germany is no exception. If this were me, I think I would begin with Woodworking Supply Stores in Germany. The store employees can probably get you in contact with someone fluent in your required subject matter as a starting point. English is becoming the second language for people all over the planet, and you very well may find someone quite easy to communicate with. Good luck,

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Ron, many parts of Europe have specialists in woodworking and Germany is no exception. If this were me, I think I would begin with Woodworking Supply Stores in Germany. The store employees can probably get you in contact with someone fluent in your required subject matter as a starting point. English is becoming the second language for people all over the planet, and you very well may find someone quite easy to communicate with. Good luck,
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Good to hear from you and thanks for the suggestion. I'll give it a shot.

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