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Old 03-15-2014, 09:57 AM   #21
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l like the small vacs for the same reason. Packing a large vac on and off a boat is

Originally Posted by dean View Post
Yes thats what I have 150rotex and the mini is more than enough, even when the vacuum is set on slow it catches all the dust, I like the mini because its small and easy to pack around, if i just worked in my shop I would get a bigger vacuum, the mini fills fast especially if im doing woodworking, but for sanding I think it's ideal, I use it on all my sanders my track saw router and mitersaw.
But I use a big vacuum on my tablesaw.
I often use my big shop vac to clean out the the mini vac bags, it's a lot cheaper than using a new bag every time.
. I have a couple of Dewalt large shop vacs but end up using the mini most of the time. The expensive Fein and Festol vacs are nice units I think they are quieter as well.
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