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Here's a video on a very interesting DC system design. Wished I had this setup in my shop. No, this is not new technology or techniques, just something... simple.

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Hi Ken, Thanks for the video. Sure makes it simple when set up. One less step to think about.

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That's a pretty slick system!

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Cool, I don't have enough machines to warrant such a system.....(yet)

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Man thats a nice set up, wish i could automate my dust collection which consists of a pan and brush and sometimes when I am feeling enthusiastic I sometimes bring out the big guns aka my leaf blower lol

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