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    Advice on table saw/router table/assembly table

    Just one question- dust collection from the box underneath the router. I see many boxes with holes in the side. Why don't the tables simply have more holes in the top to create downdraught?
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    Advice on table saw/router table/assembly table

    That's a really good idea! Thank you for the replies, guys. I expect to begin this project in March/April this year... will post photos of progress as it goes along.
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    Bringing goods from the EU

    She was also the only Conservative leader strong enough to slap down the Eurosceptics of her party. As soon as Major came along, Euroscepticism was effectively a party within a party and was tearing the Tories apart. David Cameron succeeded in stopping the EU question tearing his party apart...
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    Advice on table saw/router table/assembly table

    I'm looking to make an 8x4 assembly table with a built in router elevator (which I don't have yet) and a table saw (which I do have - a Charnwood W629). The Intention then is to have a series of T tracks which can then accept fences for both the table saw and router. Before I embark upon...
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    Inline duct fans

    I wouldn't remember what "brown alert" was! Not looking forward to my next sim*, I think I'll have enough trouble finding the on switch, let alone dealing with the kind of things you only ever hope to see in the simulator! I have read elsewhere that the SIP ones are loud. What are the Fox ones...
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    Inline duct fans

    Pete has made it clear! I understand fully now :) (I'm a commercial pilot by profession so I understand the stalling wing analogy. And that's also the reason that I need to up my workshop game... Not really a great time for the aviation industry at the moment). So... Next question, anyone have...
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    Inline duct fans

    Again, thanks for the replies guys. The thing I'm having a problem getting my head around is that if a duct fan says that it'll move, say, 1800m³/hr (via a 200mm duct), why would it not move the same volume when reduced to a 100mm duct? The 100mm duct has about ¼ of the cross sectional area of...
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    Inline duct fans

    Thanks for the replies, guys. I've seen Bill Pentz's site and read it all the way through a few times, but one thing I'm still not clear on is what sort of pressure differential is needed at the 100mm outlets in order for good suction to be created. Bill talks about (in metric terms) about...
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    Inline duct fans

    I'm currently thinking about dust extraction for my 2 car garage size workshop. Running a table saw, router table and mitre saw. I have no extraction at all at the moment- save for a shop vac which I point at the cutting blade. Yes, I know, don't go there. I'm doing something about it! I intend...
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