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Tricks For Managing Shop Heat



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Summer means hot in most areas of the country – and the last few years have been some of the hottest on record. That’s great if you’re able to get out and hit the beach or the pool; it’s not so great if you’re stuck in your shop while the sun’s beating down. To make matters worse, you usually can’t plug in a fan to get air flowing – if you’re not careful you’ll send sawdust flying everywhere. What’s a woodworker to do?
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