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Grenadeur: Видеоряд - спойлер на спойлере! 
Libi Magana: Hello do you have both tubes touching the water in the bottle or just one at the top?
stgariman: К сожалению, Сергей абсолютно прав. От мыцыков (сам являюсь обладателем авто этой компании) ничего практически не осталось. Французы же сейчас на пике дизайнерских решений. Раньше сам на них криво смотрел. Сейчас восторгаюсь. Сергей, спасибо!!!
B Miller: This is better than no dust collection, but better still is to reduce the depth of cut to the minimum to get the job done, and cut with the plywood laying on a 3/4 sheet of cellofoam (8 bucks for 4x8 sheet at the Depot). Doing it that way, NO dust escapes from the bottom of the cut. Still better yet, encase your blade housing in Lexan using aluminum angle material and pop rivets so NOTHING escapes the saw. Then search for a 10 buck plywood cutting table on Youtube built from 2x4s that features a clever hinge to let a single person load a sheet of 3/4" plywood onto the table with almost one hand (my 13 year old daughter can load one)! I added casters to mine (one end only) so I can simply raise the garage door, lift the other end and roll it outside for full sheet sanding (random orbit sanders create huge amounts of dust), spraying (polycrylic - it's easier to spray one side and assemble cabinets with the inside already finished and spraying poly creates a lot of overspray! H Freight has a HVLP gun that sprays polycrylic awesome on the cheap). EVERYONE needs to get the message that most all Plywoods in the big box stores are GLUED with Formaldehyde which is a known CARCINOGEN WHEN BREATHED IN. Everyone *MUST* HAVE VERY GOOD dust collection now to cut plywood safely and it's not just plywood as if you'll search you'll see a host of dangers in most any wood you're cutting from exposure to the dust. -- Woodworkers are 6 times as likely to develop asthma in life also... To maximize your safety and clear the air in your shop: 1. Buy or build a cyclone dust separator (20 buck build on Youtube using a 5 gal. bucket, metal HVAC duct and some PVC pipe with aluminum duct tape to seal it all. Only tools needed to assemble are tin snips, a drill and anything to cut the PVC and bucket lid, it works awesome). 2. Buy a dust collector (H Freight has 'em cheap) and put it AFTER the cyclone and VENT THE EXHAUST *OUTSIDE* using 4" (or better yet 6" to fight airflow reduction) PVC to get it up into the attic, then over and facing down out the soffit with a vent cover to keep critters out. All you need is airflow since the dust is being separated before it gets there and you're venting the air outside so no bag needed. Too many woodworkers make the mistake of trusting a dust bag on their collector. Why let any micron sized carcinogenic particles into the air you're going to be breathing for hours on end??? Do you really want to risk CANCER? Simply run the exhaust OUTSIDE and start breathing clean air. It's also simpler to empty the cyclone dust collector than it is to mess with emptying a saw dust bag... We all need to start pressuring all the saw manufacturers to increase their dust collection on their equipment. TOO MANY SAWS don't even have a dust port on them!!! While that may be fine for anyone framing a house or working outside, more than half of all those saws sold are used by homeowners IN THEIR GARAGE OR HOUSE (especially all the low cost saws, since contractors buy the expensive saws like those with a worm drive), where they are BREATHING IN WHAT THEY JUST CUT. DO NOT BUY A CIRCULAR SAW WITHOUT A DUST PORT ON IT! And while we're at it, box in the base of your table saw and add a dust port there too. For less than 200 bucks you can outfit your garage with a nice plywood cutting table, a cyclone dust separator, a small dust collector, box in your saw with Lexan and run PVC to get the exhaust air from all your cutting outside. I know 200 bucks is a lot for many of you, but a lot of the parts could be scrounged and the most expensive part is the dust collector so pick up a 20 percent off coupon on Ebay (yes they sell them there!) for H Freight and get one there if you can't find one cheaper, or put it on your Christmas list and use your shop vac until you can swing the dust collector (which still lets the air recirculate and exposes you to the particles but it's better than nothing)... Everyone needs to work smart, but work safer!
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