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Fuzzytooth

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Hi everyone
I would like to buy this suction unit:
Do you have any experiences whit this product?
Any opinions?
 
JMN

JMN

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Hi everyone
I would like to buy this suction unit:
Do you have any experiences whit this product?
Any opinions?
Greetings Earthling! Welcome!

I remember somebody here has that, just not who.
 
Car 54

Car 54

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I like to work a little higher so this is how I have mine set up. I can take the top fitting off to dump any scraps etc out. The swimming pool noodles work great for arm rests.It may not be very pretty, but it works, duct tape and all :)


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Fuzzytooth

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Hi
Thank you for your answer.
I used a self-made suction drawer, but it did not work as I wanted. That's why I want to buy a ready-made solution and connects to my dust absorber. I want a drawer with eye protection because it is more comfortable to work with.
 
Car 54

Car 54

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Good for you Fuzzy, you know what you like and want. At least you asked first and got some ideas :)

When you need to replace the shield you could probably save some money by getting a small sheet of Lexan plexiglass (won't crack when you cut it) and cut out your own with a fine tooth saber saw blade. I do that to replace my sandblaster window.
I get a bigger sheet that I can get ~6 replacements with. It's been a while but I think I was paying around $25. - 30. a sheet at Home Depot.
 
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