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MJCD

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#1 posted 01-08-2014 12:51 PM

Most quality full-shop cyclones will start at $1,500, and can get to $2,200 by the time you add a dedicated 30A electrical service, 6” ducting, fittings, and add-ons.

For about $1,000 you can get both a quality single-stage (non-cyclone) and a Super Dust Deputy (with either 4” or 5” ducting), and be very happy within a small shop – I had this arrangement for years, and was quite satisfied.

You get into Clearvue-Oneida Cyclone territory when you have long or complex runs or a concurrently running two or more machines – spend the savings on excellent layout and hand tools.
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