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    and the hits just keep on coming!

    Today - on Craig's List - $150.
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    Now, where's the best place to put one of these things? Middle of the shop? Side? End?
    Last edited by Rennie Heuer; 07-31-2010 at 07:44 PM.
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    Good score Rennie. I have mine up and to one side of the shop but have not used it as much as I should as i have the garge door open most of the time I am working in it.
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    Where do you do the most of your sanding? That produces the bulk of the airborne bad for your health stuff.

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    Wow, another great find
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gibson View Post
    Wow, another great find
    Unfortunate circumstances - a woodworker passing and wife selling off his shop in bits and pieces.

    There was also a Rigid Jointer, Rigid Planer, Delta B.O.S.S., Sawstop contractors saw, Festool 125 ROS, Tormek, Bosh router table, 2 dust collectors - a Jet and a Delta, and bunches of other stuff.
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    i agree with carol and also rennie put it so it wont be lowing on your finish work,, if you dont have a specail place to do that.. those air cleaners can push alot of air and you dont want it blowing when your finish is drying under it..
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    sweet! your find is definitely a step up from mine... (stealth gloat... mwa ha ahaaaaa)
    -Ned

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    You poor guy, must hurt when you keep tripping over those kind of finds. Nice find!
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    Congrats. Mine is dead center as I use it more to scrub the air in general than as a dust source (sanding area, etc.) trapper.
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    Rennie,
    think of it this way, she gets some financial help (perhaps not full value), but you get a nice tool, win win.
    -Ned

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