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    shop vac head mounted to Thien separator
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    shop vac head mounted to Thien separator
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    shop vac head mounted to Thien separator
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    shop vac head mounted to Thien separator
  5. Joe Scharle

    Thien Baffle notes

    If you're still filling up your vac or dust collector; consider this: The bag in my vac has not been changed for 3-4 years. Here's a pic of the bag right after I lifted the motor head. It's puffed out from vacuum, not dust. Next pic is after I have pushed the air out. It has no dust in it that...
  6. kooshball

    Anyone have the Thein Baffle in their DC vs. in a separator?

    I am slowly becoming obsessed with DC and eventually I know that my obsession will lead to an over-powered, over-sized 240V cyclone but in the meantime I want to optimize what I have. My shop is a 2-car garage that occasionally needs to accommodate 1-car so my setup is portable and moved from...
  7. J

    Another vote for Phil Thein's baffle

    I'm getting started on my Toys for Tots cars. That means I will be band sawing out 100 car bodies, along with sanding out saw marks and routing a round over on all edges. First I figured out how to add DC to my 14" Delta band saw. (More on that later) Next, I wanted to capture dust before it...
  8. J

    Dust Collector baffle question

    I know, I know, I should know better than to ask a question about dust collection:BangHead:, but here it goes. This will be my set up so don't tell me that I need a cyclone, it's not in the stars at the moment. I have a Grizzly 2hp DC, I will be using 6" HVAC pipe ( got it free :eusa_danc)...

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