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Hi There,
This is my first post to this forum, i've been reading your post's
for a few months now as I am new to woodworking, and I am finding it very enjoyable, (the woodworking & your post's) since my retirement.
I have purchased a few tools, table saw ,sliding mitre saw, router + a few hand tools, I have done a few projects - workbench - router table (a bit like Norms) and a few radiator covers and a few other things. I have just bought a perform planer / thicknesser from Axminster and I have just got it set up, (Brilliant for the price) but I am now in need of some good extraction and I was wondering if any of you have had any experience with the Record Power RSDE2 as it will suit my pocket (£150 approx) and the space I have left, + any suggestions anyone may have.

SORRY FOR THE LONG POST.

Malc.
 

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Welcome, Malc, but you obviously haven't read the Terms and Conditions of posting here.

You aren't allowed to mention Norm's name until you've been posting here for at least six months. :(

Also, any mention of the tools and machinery you own, which amounts to a Gloat, not allowed for six months.

As you are from Staffordshire, God's own county, we'll give you a second chance! :lol:

Other than that, you're doing OK.

Regards, John (born Wolverhampton)
 
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Hi Malc

welcome to the forum - hope you find lot's of help and stimulating err, discsusions :lol:

Not familiar with the record but after using my Charnwood for a few years, I have concluded that I would look for one with 1um or 2um filters next time around; in fact, this would be top of my list of requirements!
 

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Welcome to the forum, Malc. Take no notice of that secondhand Devonian. :wink: I'll just move this over to Buying Advice, so hold tight pleeeeeeease.

Cheers, Alf
 

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I've got the DX3000 copes well with the 8" thicknesser on my Kity except wide maple as the shape of the shavings clog the 4" hose but thats not a fault of the extractor. It also works well with handheld tools like the router & sander. The cam-vac ones also work well and are a lot quieter, I use one in the shed for wood turning.

Jason
 

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Hi Malc

Welcome to the forum. :D

davisbmw":uvtmw9le said:
SORRY FOR THE LONG POST.
Where, did I miss it, sorry but only a dozen or so lines does not count as a long post, keep trying. :whistle: :wink:

I have the perform planer / thicknesser, its an even better bit of kit now as the price has dropped loads since I bought mine. :twisted:

I don't know what record extractor is like, I did buy a cheap NuTool extractor. The problem it had was caused buy the guard in the inlet to the fan, big planings (from wide boards) collected on it blocking the hose. :x I cut it out and never had a problem. :shock: I have since used the blower on a home made cyclone to great effect. :D
 

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Hi Jason

jasonB":2uas3xx7 said:
The cam-vac ones also work well and are a lot quieter, I use one in the shed for wood turning.
I have the wall mounted Camvac, GW286?, and whilst the extraction is excellent I am disappointed by the noise. It must be the loudest piece of kit that I have.

Cheers
Neil
 

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I don't know if you're in the bit of staffs near Burton but someone is advertising an extractor in the ad-mag for £100 and there's another in Borrowash for £50 - might be worth checking out.
 
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