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    Might want to mention where you are located.

    Might want to mention where you are located.
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    Same here, no response.

    Same here, no response.
  3. Wow, heck of a shop build out youre letting go...

    Wow, heck of a shop build out youre letting go there. Whats the reason for selling all that gear? Sounds like you didnt even have it that long.
  4. What kind of pricing did you get on your Speedy...

    What kind of pricing did you get on your Speedy 360? Im in the market and wondering what kind of deals I should be looking for before making the jump.
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    Some more info here on Dwyers website (LINK...

    Some more info here on Dwyers website (LINK).

    Looks like they could be used as the typical Dwyer Magnehelic for monitoring air flow through your cyclone collector for filter efficiency but Im not...
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    Wow, business must be GOOD!

    Wow, business must be GOOD!
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    Man, how many concurrent projects do you have to...

    Man, how many concurrent projects do you have to be working on exactly to use up THAT many clamps?! LOL
  8. Interesting idea, but I have to say using Rockler...

    Interesting idea, but I have to say using Rockler steel router dust box (LINK) the PC7516 thats been in there for years in my setup doesnt seem to have any dust in the motor.
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    Did the same thing using an engine hoist to lift...

    Did the same thing using an engine hoist to lift and set my A3-31 onto a custom made mobile base. Worked out great!
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    I do, and I have had no complaints with the...

    I do, and I have had no complaints with the system connected to an Oneida V-3000 with 6" metal ducting throughout the system and about 7ft of 5" flex hose up to what you see in the picture. FWIW I...
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    FWIW they are $200 at Woodcraft right now....

    FWIW they are $200 at Woodcraft right now. Cheapest youll find them anywhere. LINK

    Got em on my SawStop PCS and LOVE em!
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    Sure do: ...

    Sure do:

    https://sawmillcreek.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=386046&d=1526657826

    Thats a 5" reducer to a 4"x4"x2.5" wye and then a 2.5" to 1.25" reducer. All the black colored parts were...
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    I advise ditching the splitter SawStop uses to...

    I advise ditching the splitter SawStop uses to feed the suction to the overarm and replacing it with a 4"x2.5" actual wye. That increased the performance of my setup noticeably. Other than that, Ive...
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    ha ha ha!!!! Love it!

    ha ha ha!!!! Love it!
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    Agreed! But IMO he is in an entirely different...

    Agreed! But IMO he is in an entirely different camp than content providers like April. Like to the degree of not even doing the same thing.
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    Bought and sold a lot of Woodpeckers in my time,...

    Bought and sold a lot of Woodpeckers in my time, number one thing that always seems to blow me away is how they can get away with charging the same price or more for tools of a lower build quality...
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    They do tend to hold their value incredibly well...

    They do tend to hold their value incredibly well from what I have seen. Like Festool tools.
  18. PM sent. I might be interested in those A3-31...

    PM sent. I might be interested in those A3-31 rails and extensions depending on condition and price.
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    In my opionon, no matter the circumstances, it...

    In my opionon, no matter the circumstances, it will always be better all around owning.
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    Yes the one in my thread is the exact same setup...

    Yes the one in my thread is the exact same setup Onieda uses. I think the best options are a combination of a window in the bin and one of the rotating "blade" type sensors (Dwyer DBLM), but those...
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    Just out of curiousity, those of you that have...

    Just out of curiousity, those of you that have become "filter cleaning experts" ;), do you have bin level sensors of any kind and are they failing or not working for you?

    And if you dont have one,...
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    I couldnt imagine not having both. Wouldnt even...

    I couldnt imagine not having both. Wouldnt even want to try.
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    Yea I dont think there is a "team" of people...

    Yea I dont think there is a "team" of people working on this software and there has been little to nothing added over the last couple of years. Its a shame really as it's not exactly a cheap bit of...
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    ToughBuilt owner here too. Love em and think...

    ToughBuilt owner here too. Love em and think theyre the best bang for the buck, especially at the Home Depot pricing when I bought mine.
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    Wow! Like 500 pages of stuff I cant afford! Very...

    Wow! Like 500 pages of stuff I cant afford! Very cool!
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