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  • Tips for Central Dust Collection
    Tips for Central Dust Collection Join the WWGOA community to access a huge library of woodworking instructional videos: https://bit.ly/38h8RoK.

    Once you’ve invested in a dust collector for your shop and are considering setting it up as a central system, be sure you educate yourself about the best practices for piping the system in. This video will go a long way toward helping you keep your system efficient.

    It’s in the details:
    Creating an efficient central dust collection system is all about the little things. You’ve got to pay attention to the small details to get the system to do what you want it to do. What type of fittings should you buy? Can plumbing fittings be substituted for dust collection fittings? Should you seal the joints? Where should you use flex hose instead of rigid pipe? What type of flex pipe is best? What’s the best way to reduce the diameter of the pipe? This video provides answers to these questions, and will help you make your system efficient.

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    Elbows, T’s and Y’s:
    Woodworkers often use the wrong fittings, and this adversely affects their dust control system. Elbows need to be the correct radius, based on the diameter of the pipe they’re connected to. T’s aren’t great, Y’s are a better choice. The video explains why.

    More tips:
    If you’re looking for more help on installing a central dust collection system, and keeping it efficient, have a look at Paul Mayer’s article that provides a simple approach for dust collection ducting.

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    More info:
    For more information on Laguna dust collectors and Laguna cyclone dust collectors visit http://www.lagunatools.com or http://www.lagunacleanair.com or http://www.lagunatools.ca
  • WWGOA - Laguna Tools P-Flux 3 Review
    WWGOA - Laguna Tools P-Flux 3 Review WoodWorkers Guild Of America Reviews cyclonic dust collectors on the Laguna Tools P-Flux 3. Learn about the anatomy of a dust collector and the benefits that cyclonic units can add to your shop from the best.
  • WWGOA - Laguna Tools Cyclonic Dust Collectors
    WWGOA - Laguna Tools Cyclonic Dust Collectors The WoodWorkers Guild Of America uses the Laguna Cyclone Dust Collectors to give an evaluation of Cyclonic dust collectors and tips on how to maximize airflow for your shop. Spend less time cleaning and more time woodworking!
  • Introducing the P|Flux Dust Collection Cyclones from Laguna Tools
    Introducing the P|Flux Dust Collection Cyclones from Laguna Tools Introducing the P|Flux Series of Cyclone Dust Collectors from Laguna Tools. These mobile dust collectors are excellent for keeping your workplace tidy and a necessity for woodworking! Learn more at lagunacleanair.com
  • GoPro in a cyclonic dust collector
    GoPro in a cyclonic dust collector My curiosity got the better of me. I was wondering what it looked like INSIDE a cyclonic dust collector. So, I mounted my GoPro in a Laguna machine and sucked up a boat load of chips. Here's the result.
  • Dust Collection "Suck-O-War"
    Dust Collection "Suck-O-War" Laguna has introduced a new line of dust collection cyclones, and they have provided some samples to ToolMetrix for testing purposes. The first test is the "Suck-O-War" in which we connect the two cyclones together and see which one can overcome the other. The two cyclones featured are the new CFLUX1 vs. the older MCYC. Both cyclones are rated at 1.5 HP; will the new design put the CFLUX1 over the top????

    CLFLUX1 Review, PFLUX1 Review, PFLUX3 Review
  • Laguna CFLUX1 and PFLUX1 Dust Collection Cyclone "Deep Dive" Examination
    Laguna CFLUX1 and PFLUX1 Dust Collection Cyclone "Deep Dive" Examination Laguna has redesigned its entire dust collection cyclone product line and has chosen ToolMetrix to provide some early feedback on the capabilities of these new cyclone systems. In this video Paul Mayer from ToolMetrix walks through the capabilities of the CFLUX1 and PFLUX1 dust collection cyclones. Air flow (CFM) measurements are taken, a fan curve is produced, sound output is measured, air/dust separation is evaluated, and usability features are examined.
  • BFlux Dust Collection Setup
    BFlux Dust Collection Setup BFlux Assembly Video. Visit Us Online at http://www.lagunatools.com.
    Request more info at http://bit.ly/2aivtbh
  • P Flux Cyclone Dust Collection Setup
    P Flux Cyclone Dust Collection Setup In this video we will be covering the setup of our P|Flux Cyclone Dust Collectors so that you can easily do it yourself. These mobile dust collectors make a great addition to any shop that creates hazardous dust! Learn more at Lagunacleanair.com
  • C Flux Cyclone Dust Collection Setup
    C Flux Cyclone Dust Collection Setup In this video we will be covering the setup of our C|Flux Cyclone Dust Collectors so that you can easily do it yourself. These mobile dust collectors make a great addition to any shop that creates hazardous dust! Learn more at Lagunacleanair.com
  • Laguna Unveils C | Flux Series Dust Collectors  IWF 2016
    Laguna Unveils C | Flux Series Dust Collectors IWF 2016 The c|flux:1 is part of a series of Laguna cyclonic dust collectors that feature a horizontal chute designed to maximize airflow while improving the volume of air moved (measured in cubic feet per minute, or CFM).
    Learn more: http://www.rockler.com/laguna-c-flux-1-5hp-1-micron-cyclone-dust-collector