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Posted on shop-vac as dust collector

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#1 posted 07-14-2010 07:03 PM

If you use a shop vac make sure you have a good 1-2 micron filter. Its the very fine particals that pose a health hazard, same goes for a dust collector, look for a canister model, they generally filter better than the bags. You can get a small cannister DC for around $400 that doesnt take up much more floor space than a shopvac.


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