The Fein vacuums / dust extractors are designed for heavy, continuous, industrial use, wet or dry. The improved, rugged anti-tipping design features a powerful 120volt two-stage motor that offers bypass cooling, ensuring a long motor life. Vacuum performance measuring at 90 to 99 inches of water lift means Fein dust extractors produce far greater suction than the competition, at an average of 60 decibels. All three models come with electronic variable suction control with LED indicator allowing for maximum performance, auto-start function, and integrated drain plug. Accessory filters are available that capture particles down to .3 micron (HePa). The Fein dust extractors when combined with Feins random orbit sanders are an integral part of Feins 98 dust-free sanding system. Plug your random orbit sanding system into a Fein dust extractor. The tools switch turns the dust extractor on and off and provides a ten second delay after shut off to clear the hose. Maximum performance can be achi
- Durable, compact, quiet, producing an average of 60 dB (A) noise level at 3.5-Feet
- Electronic variable suction control with LED indicator
- Rugged and improved new design: The new Fein dust extractors are designed for heavy, continuous, industrial use. The new design has an optimized shape and 6 wheels instead of 4. This reduces tipping
- Tremendous static water lift: 90-Inch
- Auto start for dust extraction, 19-Amp switch on vac allows you to plug in your router, miter saw, portable table saw
- Includes 16 ft vacuum hose (1-1/4 in dia.) and 5 micron filter cloth
List Price: $ 495.00
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Question by JnJAudio: How much roughly to start a woodworking co.?
I work for a very reputable CNC cutter and tool grinding company, and CNC machining has grabbed my attention lately. I’ve seen many home-made setups on YouTube that perform incredibly, and were on a lower end budget. I have a ton of woodworking tools, a few sheets of 3/4″ MDF board, a router, and access to an unlimited source of cutters (my job manufactures, refurbishes, and designs cutters for big companies). I also have partial access to some basic 3D CNC machining software.
I got to talking with my stepfather today, and he thinks it would be a great idea to turn our 50′ x 50′ garage into a woodworking shop. My dream has always been to operate my own business and to hire my family. Eventually in the future, we would like to sell wood sports memorabilia to local memorabilia stores in our town. If we save enough money, we may even build a CNC plasma cutter for thin gauge aluminum as well.
My question, how much are we looking at to build my first production CNC router and maybe some small business advice here and there? With tax season in swing, I know I’ll have enough money to cover the cost of the build. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
Answer by Apollenaire
Might be a good idea to first see if the garage is on property deeded for residential or business use. It might be on your property taxes or you might have to check with your municipality but given that I have to think the garage is on the same property as a house, it would be residential and thus you can’t use it for a business.
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