On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 08:42:01 -0500, "Tim Schubach"
==================================================AT LAST..... someone who has a shop like mine.... "dusty" LOL
As for the effectiveness of the air cleaners...last week I changed the
pre filter on both air cleaners then got a bug up my rear and pulled
out an aerosol can of spray paint to paint a small metal stand. Set up
the stand in the center of the shop and spent maybe 3 minutes shooting
it with blue paint... and I was simply amassed at the "color" of both
air filters after I had finished... Filters were not really anywhere
close to the "painting area" yet removed a heck of a lot of the paint
spray from the air...
I got a flyer in the mail yesterday from Woodcraft, and it looks like all
Jet tools are 10% off on Saturday, 17 April. $199 is a good price ... 10%
off that is even better. I will probably add another unti to my shop at
What kind of filter is on your dust collection unit? Is it possible dust is
getting through it and back into the air? How would you rate the dust
collection on your table saw? That was the primary source of dust in my
shop, since I don't do any power sanding. After I worked on the dust
collection around the blade, the dust in my shop went way, way down, coupled
with an increase in how fast the dust bag fills up on the DC.
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