Controlling Dust in the Workshop

"Controlling Dust in the Workshop" -- Don't deny the health hazards of long-term exposure to wood dust in your workshop.

Controlling Dust in the Workshop
Controlling Dust in the Workshop
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Details about Controlling Dust in the Workshop:  By: Rick Peters128 pages (all in color), 8 x 10.Don't deny the health hazards of long-term exposure to wood dust in your workshop. It's critical and simple to make your shop a safe place to work and breathe with a non-technical, easy-to-use guide to the latest equipment and the most efficient techniques. Start taking control with dust collectors for your particular tools, dust masks and helmets, and air movers you can buy or make, as well as portable collectors such as vacuums and dust bag attachments for your tools. Illustrated instructions show how to make your own customized dust chutes, collectors, hoods, and pickups for your table saw, radial arm saw, router table/shaper, planer, jointer, drill press, band saw, and chop saw/miter saw. Featured: the full range of manufactured systems and equipment, with analyses of which ones are right for you, and complete installation instructions.

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