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Dust Extractor Advise

Postby 4x90.com » Tue Jan 30, 2018 3:08 pm

Looking for advise on a good dust extractor for a Cassese 996 Saw

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Re: Dust Extractor Advise

Postby vintage frames » Tue Jan 30, 2018 5:52 pm

That's a big machine so you're going to need a big extractor. As always, the best advice is to buy a machine one step up from what you need.
I use a reasonably heavy duty extractor that is better described as a chip extractor. It clears all the main cutting dust but if you want to filter out all the very fine dust then you would need a high volume extractor.
One idea is to site the extractor in a separate room or contain it in a chamber such as a cheap plastic greenhouse. Then all the fine dust is contained and removed from the workshop.
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