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Hank, download the PDF manual to your PC for future reference from this site:
Whiteside Machine Company
Top quality, made in the USA and less money than other premium bits. You can order these from Woodcraft.com

The best way to keep your vacuum from clogging is to install one of these separator units between your router (or other tools) and your shop vac. The Oneida-Air Dust Deputy Deluxe can also be purchased from Woodcraft; the Clear Vue Cyclones CV06 (blue lid) you must buy direct. Both work but I prefer the CV06.
 

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Dan, Hank already has a vacuum. No electrical parts on the separators.
 

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Availability is the issue Rich. Israel does not have but a fraction of what is available in the USA.
 

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No Dan, htz is not an issue with most power tools. Dust collection depends on the vacuum type as to which diameter hose will perform the best.
 

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Hank, one of the worst dust producing products is solid surface counter tops. In the US the pro's have been using the Betterley Stacc-Vac for about 20 years. I have had conversations at length with Tom at Betterley on what works best; they use standard vacuum hoses about 1-1/2" in diameter.
 

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