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This is my self-cleaning dust collector.
Uses an Arduino to control the system

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This can Also be done with a 12V switch to turn it on or off anywhere in your shop.
Cost is $75 Dollars.
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This is my self-cleaning dust collector.
Uses an Arduino to control the system

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Is it effective??? Would like to know how it works.
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Yes, I would like to know more. Would you post a parts list?

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Ain't technology grand........when it works.
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Yes, it is very effective and it never gets clogged with dust anymore.
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Where to find the parts for the self-cleaning dust collector
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My self cleaning dust collection system is two part, a broom and shop built dust pan.. Hence the dust collection part, dust pan=dust collection.
I've always wanted to be a collector of oddities although dust was never really on the list of things I aspired to collect..

I figured it's time to change my signature so hold your breath. This is it.
Impressive, huh?
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Sweet application!
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