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Thanks to Mike, for letting me get this out of his garage. I cleaned it up and put it in a central location in my shop. Added a 3M filter and we are ready to collect dust...

Can't wait to see how it works, here are a few photo's to share.

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Congratulations--now you can breathe easy!!
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I am surprised that Mike let anything out of his shop.........VBG

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i am surprised that mike let anything out of his shop.........vbg
rotflmao!

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What I want to know is, "How do you keep that upholstered chair so clean sitting next to the planer?"
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There is usually so much crap in that chair, it keeps itself clean... LOL
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James, you know that tools come and go on a regular basis. When I find good deals I grab what I can and pass the savings along to others. It just looks like nothing ever leaves.

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Has anybody heard about cyclones before a dust collector? ever built one?
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Has anybody heard about cyclones before a dust collector? ever built one?
Hi Antonio,

Start here:

J. Phil Thien's Projects

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