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Udie, I would be happy to post some pictures of how I build the dust seperator. The one I will be building is a Thein baffle because it looks easier, less expensive and seems to do a great job. The weather just turned very cold, so it might be a couple of weeks before I get back out into the shop. In the meantime, I am finishing up a happy-go-lucky train that I added a caboose to and then painted different colors. Should have it posted in the next couple of days.
Ken Martin

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I may not be Udie, but reading you post I am looking forward to seeing your Happy-Go-Lucky Train.
Happy Painting and don't freeze.

Kenneth W Martin

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Looks like everybody covered what I wanted to add, so I came up with some more ideas. Safety is the most important thing you need to keep in mind. Fire extinguishers would be a very good idea, and it might be a good idea to have an electrician take a look at your circuits to make sure your shop can handle all those new power tools! One more thing, if you are computer savvy, I would suggest some cad software for designing your own toys. With cad, you can easily scale designs to create multiple toys based off of one design! The best part is, some cad software is free!

Jeremy Talbot
Little Al's Garage
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