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     I have finally decided to do some proper dust collection in the shop and it was a painstaking process.  I have ordered the Oneida V-3000 system (which hasn't arrived yet) and will do a review on that when it shows up.  Onto the pipe; I ordered it through www.blastgateco.com, which I found on the internet.  The pipe and the customer service is awesome to say the least.  I called the company and they (Dan) had me fax a sketch of my shop to him and in roughly an hour he had an invoice ready with all the fittings etc. that I needed.  These folks are a 5 person shop that make the fittings in house, which I thought was great, the straight pipe is 28 gauge spiral, all the fittings are 18-20 gauge, great product!  Price..  What you see here cost me $380 which included shipping to Va. from MI,( which is much less expensive than anywhere else I could find on the net, not to mention made in USA, Union labor and a small business).  This will hook up 5 machines, 5 aluminum blast gates etc. and a section of 6 inch hose to go from the cyclone to the start of the pipe.

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Comment by Robert Brennan on October 18, 2016 at 4:14pm

Wow look at all that nice gear well done Justin!!

Comment by Jonathan Morton on August 24, 2015 at 10:33pm

Wow.. Nice hardware....

Comment by justin waldron on June 6, 2014 at 6:50am

Thanks Ken, it's definately been a work in progress and now we are moving in a week and I get to disassemble and reassemble in the new place....

Comment by Ken Darga on June 4, 2014 at 9:36pm

Justin,

Great looking setup you've got there.

Thanks for sharing.

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