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  1. I've got an email into NordFab to see if they can help me price out a system.
  2. So what are my options for using 6”. I’m trying to keep it to sewer pipe for cost reasons. I don’t think they have thin walled 6” sewer pipe.
  3. Ok guys, my DC is coming together, but I still need help. To update you, I have installed the ClearVue Pentz EF5. I warmed it up this morning and by god it worked. As part of the purchase, ClearVue offered a ducting plan based on a worksheet I supplied them. It took them over a week to produce and they gave me a hand drawn sketch of their recommendation. I'll be honest, after spending almost 4k on their system, I was a little disappointed in this sketch. See the attached PDF below. So, that set aside, I need some input on ducting. I had planned on using 4" sewer pipe, but I
  4. Thanks for the input. I could see passing on the shoulder vise. This is all great input. I just finished building a Moxon Vise for my fabrication table. I'll probably keep that around as well.
  5. Hi all. Just thinking ahead on my Roubo Bench build. Will be using Marc's video series on the build. What I'm interested in is not only using the vices that are in the plan but also adding a wagon vice and a shoulder vice similar to what Rob Cosman has on his bench. Do any of you have such an addition on your bench? Pictures would be nice. Also, if you want to talk me out of either, I'm listening. Thx guys! Toby
  6. Looking for a recommendation on this tool, tool only. I'm on the M18 platform for various other tools. I have their drills, looking to add an impact driver.
  7. Good ideas all. Will probably put Chet's idea into the plan. Thank you!
  8. Anyone aware of a 90 degree, 4" elbow that is long, like what NordFab has so that the CFM-decreasing 90 can be mitigated? I'm building a system with 4" sewer pipe using ClearVue Cyclone's Pentz EF5. PVC or similar preferred.
  9. I want to upgrade my dust collection system and could use some interpretation on what is best and maybe some of you have each product or maybe have owned both for some reason. My budget is 4k, but I would like to be lower as I'll need to buy some 6" pipe and fittings. I plan on running 6" from the machine throughout the shop and maybe reduce to 4" and sometimes 2" depending on the machine. An Avid CNC is in my future as well. Other than that, I have a PM table saw, a router table, a Festool Kapex miter saw station, a Dewalt planer, and one of those hose reels from FastCap. The contend
  10. Thats the compressor I have actually. It’s great. My only critique is that the handle is not long enough for comfortable rolling and that it tips over on its side easily. I’ve often thought of installing outriggers on it but haven’t got around to it yet.
  11. I too have a California Air and have been happy for it. This compressor is to run a few lines not only in my wood shop but throughout the warehouse that wood shop is in. Mainly blowing stuff off and filling tires with this one.
  12. HF motor is 175, Ebay has one for $150, free shipping
  13. Per the HF compressor details, requires a 3hp motor. That's a start.
  14. You mean like a brad nailer for example? Or???? Or what the compressor is rated for?
  15. So the update here is that I was given a free Craftsman 60 gallon air compressor. There's a catch. No compressor or motor. The manual is not available per Craftsman. I picked up a HF Compressor for it but now I need a motor. I'm totally in the dark as to what I need and don't want to overspend. There are several motors on CL from Dayton and others. Looks like the least I can expect to spend is $90. My question I need help on is what is the minimum I can go with as far as motor specs. Can anyone give me a clue, because I have no clue and don't want to buy something from mistake.