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my solution for spark reduction

Postby btburn » Wed Nov 12, 2014 11:03 pm

I have my machine in my crowded garage /shop. I ordered some high temp 1/8" silicone sheet and made a bracket to attach them to the back of my gantry using some high tech clip mechanisms. It keeps the sparks and dust to one side of the garage and table. I might add some small pieces to the sides to keep a little more off the belts.
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Re: my solution for spark reduction

Postby AnotherDano » Wed Nov 12, 2014 11:13 pm

high tech clip mechanisms


You crack me up! :P

I'll go with what works ~ Every time!

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Re: my solution for spark reduction

Postby _Ogre » Fri Nov 14, 2014 3:03 pm

someone needs a water table :mrgreen:
i'd be afraid of tip ups crashing the torch
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Re: my solution for spark reduction

Postby btburn » Sat Nov 15, 2014 12:28 am

_Ogre wrote:someone needs a water table :mrgreen:
i'd be afraid of tip ups crashing the torch

I have a water table, it's just low because it was -4 outside, a little low to run the hose and too lazy to fill the bucket 6 times or more. Much of that is steam because of the temperature.
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