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#1 posted 03-19-2015 03:09 AM

If you are using the old cloth dust bags stop. These collect the large particles very well. Unfortunately they are the perfect dispersal units for the small particulates that actually cause lung disease as they push them out of the bag under great pressure. There have been some excellent articles in Fine Woodworking and other magazines about dust collection. Think of a good dust collector as a good health insurance policy. Expensive? Depends on what your lungs and health are worth.

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