I have a fantasy and I'm willing to share it with the select few who visit
this news group.
In my fantasy I fire up my DC (hummmmm) and then I walk over to my planer
and switch it on (whirrrr). I set the table and feed in a piece of rough
looking lumber and out the other end comes nothing but a satiny smooth board.
No chips, no dust ... just dimensioned and surfaced lumber.
I told you it was a fantasy.
I recently bought the afore-mentioned DC. Although I have NO clue how I'm
going to slide this past SWMBO, now I want to know the CFM's of the DC I
currently own so I can make a better estimate of the CFM's I'll need on
That number is not on the website, in the documentation that came with it,
or on any of the stickers affixed to it. In other words, Central Machinery
would rather I not know.
It's late night Saturday as I write this and I really doubt if I'll get
anything except either a recording or a moron at their 1-800 tech
But maybe one of you might be able to offer a reasonable guess (or even
offer up the correct number!)