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Julian Newman15/02/2017 21:58:49
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Hi all - my axminster table saw requires a high air flow of 750/m3/hr and so I have been looking at the Charnwood W696 and the Axminster AWEDE2 extractors - as both can be altered to have the fine dust cartridge, which I may buy when funds allow! However grateful if anyone has experience of these machines and if , for example the build is better with one or the other. many thanks!

Sparky16/02/2017 16:32:48
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This would eat your dust Julian...

https://youtu.be/c19NzKRkv7E

Derek Lane17/02/2017 13:26:05
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Great link Marc just added it here
 
 
 
 

Edited By Derek Lane on 17/02/2017 13:26:33

Sparky18/02/2017 15:00:03
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Cheers Derek. 👍🏼😊

I forgot about the placing of links! LOL

Julian Newman20/02/2017 22:12:52
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Many thanks for the link - clearly a very fine machine,but I think I will stick to a bought unit, possibly a 2HP such as charnwood W691, or is a flow rate of 2000m3/hr overkill or is perhaps the old record cx2600 with 1150m3/hr suitable? So many choices!!

Thanks again

Doug12/03/2017 21:27:29
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Both extractors you mention Julian are more suited to shavings collection, if you are going to use one on your table saw you definitely want the fine filter as with the fabric bag filter all you will do is spread the fine dust further round your workshop as they only filter down to about 5 microns.

I've had an Axminster extractor with fine filter for around 12 years & have been very happy with it

Julian Newman13/03/2017 09:07:11
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Hi Doug,

Many thanks for the advise, there are a few axminster extractors with the fine filter on ebay and so I hope to be dust free by the end of the week! I will keep you posted as to the final choice and what I think of the new purchase once its up and running!

Thanks again

Aleksandrs Solovjovs13/03/2017 18:27:32
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I would use Makita VC4710 or similar shop vac.

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