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Re: DUST
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DUST ()

David Weaver
As i recall, in the strange wile-e-coyote thing that happened 15 years ago when we were all going to get lung disease so we all needed 30 amps of dust collection and other contraptions (don't forget to buy certain brands, that was important, too), missing in that was often the fact that just opening the shop whenever possible was a better mitigator of dust than many other (much more expensive) things.

I'm glad that absurdity is over to some extent (talk of tracking dust in the house on shoes and making it airborne again, etc - often from people who work in the shop twice a month).

To use a fan like that and work in January in some parts of the states might be difficult, though, but otherwise, why worry about trying to scrub the air 14 times if you can just send it out of the shop?

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