Hope you find that this works well. I have the RSDE1 - half the capacity of the DX4000 and one 1Kw motor rather than 2 - and it sucks dust into the back end of next week . (If there's the a transit clip holding the lid to the drum don't forget to leave it off - nearly missed that one in the instructions). Did you get the extra attachments to go with it?
I have the 100mm pipe with the extra small hose to hook on to the sander etc
So I bought the RDX4000 with the two moters, and i must say i use both moters wenn using the table saw, and it doesn't let any dust escape, sound isn't to bad, i had expected worse, it is comparable in sound to my henry, but like everybody else here - I use eardefenders, so its not a problem.
But by god this thing sucks :lol: ( I mean dust) i can sureley recommand it
hi there guys
Do you think the dx4000 could be used in some sort a fixed dust collecttion system Mcluma? can it take chippings and the like as well as the fine stuff?
I have been looking at camvac because i would like to get something which in time could potentially be used in a fixed system. The fact that the dx is so powerfull and at the price its quite a tempting machine, I think camvacs cheapest twin motor machine is about £400 although i think it does have a larger capacity compared to the record. Did you look at camvacs, what made you go for the record?
Two motors (high capacity and looking at the flow rating - which is pretty good)
Size ( it is rather compact, fits easy under the side table extension of my table saw)
Price (price is good compared to other machines - price compared to suction flow rate and dimensions)
easy move around - but can also be used in fixed setup with wall bracket
micron filter wich takes out the dust to 0.5 micron
fully enclosed barrel
fits oildrums, so i can increase the capacity easy by getting an old oildrum and put the lit on top of the larger oildrum (barrel)
design - it is a really smart looking thing, which i hopefully will have a lot of use off
but most of all the size it is not as large as the scheppach or the sip or the EB but does a great job
cleaning out is more of a job as you have to empty the drum in the bin.
But i reuse all sawdust in the garden to hold the moisture (we have a hose pipe ban)