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    This has to SUCK big time!

    How about this cyclone?

    It's being installed at a lumber yard being built near my house. The name of the company is Double Branch Lumber. I cant imagine why they would have a cyclone dust collector that size unless they are going to mill the lumber.

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    I'm guessing my 4" pipes wouldn't last long.
    Jim

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    Maybe they are giving community service and you can tap in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    Maybe they are giving community service and you can tap in.
    You know Frank, that may not be such a bad idea, I could run some 8" duct under the swamp that stands between it and my garage. I doubt they would notice a thing.

    What I am hoping for is that they will sell retail. It's hard to find wood around here, especially the good stuff.

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    .... Boy that's a biggie. Even have facilities for filling up a large truck with saw dust . Must have something in mind for the future .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Julio Navarro View Post
    How about this cyclone?

    It's being installed at a lumber yard being built near my house. The name of the company is Double Branch Lumber. I cant imagine why they would have a cyclone dust collector that size unless they are going to mill the lumber.

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    Thinking about a project without ACTION is just DAY DREAMING .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boyd Gathwright View Post
    .... Boy that's a biggie. Even have facilities for filling up a large truck with saw dust . Must have something in mind for the future .
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    I think so Boyd, I can't wait to see! BTW, the neighbors are all up in arms about the "industrial" complex being built!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julio Navarro View Post
    You know Frank, that may not be such a bad idea, I could run some 8" duct under the swamp that stands between it and my garage. I doubt they would notice a thing.
    Be careful, that thing might suck you, your tools and your garage through the duct !!
    All the best,
    Ian G

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    The last local gunstock factory that was here [closed down now] had three of those biggies outside there building.
    I would've probably freaked out after seeing their electric bill

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