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Default WoodCraft 110v Remote Control duct collector switch.

For sale is a Woodcraft remote control switch for 110v dust collectors and other electric items. Rockler currently sells this unit for $99.

I'll sell it for $75 shipped in the U.S.

reason for selling: I upgraded my horror freight duct collector to a Grizzly G0440. No longer need this as the new DC is 220v.
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I upgraded my horror freight duct collector to a Grizzly G0440.
Why???
some here tote the HF DC as the best thing since sliced bread....

That switch is from Rockler, not Woodcraft...
I have the same...
works well and has for a very long time..
the remote is also kind to the batteries... they last and last... and last...
not so for the Woodcraft counterpart..

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Why???
some here tote the HF DC as the best thing since sliced bread....
The massive upgrade in air flow and power with the G0440 has to be seen/experienced to be believed. My shop is an air conditioned, uninsulated garage (very leaky). The old unit would move air and collect "a bunch of stuff" and you couldn't feel the air move around much. The new unit? it sucks *everything* down, and you can feel the temperature in the air change as the air currents are moved by the Grizzly DC.

I'll check the switch when I get home tonite to verify branding. It is obviously the same unit as what is sold by Rockler, but has been around for a few years performing its function well.

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