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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Butte Montana which is 1/2 way between Purgatory and Heaven


    There have been several posts lately regarding the cyclone, especially the Dust Deputy.

    Has any had any experience with this product. Their "answer" to the Dust Deputy is $87.00 plus freight

    I originally found them on E-bay.

    Jiggs Elphison

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    I have one and also have the Mini CV06 by Clear Vue, later is not being sold at this time.

    The Dust Deputy is a very good cyclone for its size, for $60 you get just the cyclone, you have to make a base, attach it to something and you are ready to go. Making the base is nothing a circle with a hole in the center, I used 3/4 MDF.

    I have mine on a 5 gal. HD bucket.

    It works very well with my shop vac on the sander, table saw, brand saw and as a general clean up vac for the shop. It will not handle a planer, it is just to much for it.

    It does not get out as much dust as the CV06 but it is very close.

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