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Dust collection finish

I have been trying to get dust collection over to my RAS since 2005. I think I might have time. Added another sander and tired of cleaning up after the two.

On the right you see the pipe end at the middle of the garage and were it has to go. I think my best bet is to finish the run around the window and a drop from there.

Any other suggestions. I've waited 15 years I can wait another minute or two..thx...
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I've got to run a line to the miter saw but I think that's a can of worms I'm not ready for.i think I could run pool pipe drain line around to it as it only needs be 2"...
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Closer than I was 15 years ago. Wearing my old butt out....
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post #4 of 8 Old 05-28-2020, 04:18 PM
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Exclamation Photo orientation?

Why is it that this site insists on turning the photos from a smart phone the wrong way? They look fine on my computer, then when I post them they are turned sideways. I assume that's what going on here? Everyone except 3 people in the entire country use smart phones for photos and I happen to know one of those 3 people who is a friend of mine who is 10 years behind in his own history book.




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I saw it when it posted. The pictures are fine till you hit save. It must be the size of the photos.
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Everyone except 3 people in the entire country use smart phones for photos
I have never used a phone for photos (ever).
phones are for talking - cameras are for photos.
no - I don't like the way the 21st Century is going electronically.
(actually, I don't know if my phone will even take photos).

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I usually use the phone on Woodworking talk but because I cannot log in on Lumberjocks with the phone I use the computer...so I'm back and forth...
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Smart phones are the BEST cameras .....

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I have never used a phone for photos (ever).
phones are for talking - cameras are for photos.
no - I don't like the way the 21st Century is going electronically.
(actually, I don't know if my phone will even take photos).

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Since, you admitted your lack of knowledge of the capabilities of the smart phones, look up what their resolution is. My Kodak camera was about 4.1 MP years ago and now there are smart phones with 18 MP resolution, orders of magnitude better. Why does this matter? It allows you to enlarge the digital image many times over without losing clarity. If only the in store video cameras has this kind of resolution, we would capture many more criminals.

I don't know what all this tech talk means except in the most general sense:
https://www.knowyourmobile.com/user-...de-all-models/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compar...phone_displays

The other aspect is sheer convenience. If you are carrying a phone a suddenly need a camera as many folks do, it's ready to go, even videos. Again, criminals caught in the act can not dispute the video evidence.

Back to the site issue. Some computer genius needs to figure out that the orientation that the photo was taken was for a reason, it fits into the screen rectangle better.... landscape VS portrait. This site's technology seems to know better, but not really. Not only do some our newer folks have difficulty posting an actual image, it typically ends up with a link, but then when the image gets posted, the orientation is messed up.
We constantly ask for images to clarify the question and to make explanations more clear, then run into these completely unnecessary computer issues.

The answer to your question will only be as detailed and specific as the question is detailed and specific. Good questions also include a sketch or a photo that illustrates your issue. (:< D)
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