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Old 02-03-2014, 06:16 PM
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Will you have one at McGrew's Aspire Camp?
May have one of each size.
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Is it possible to retro fit the fan and valve to mine?
The valve yes. the fan I would not worry about. If you want to do the valve just call me or email. I can hook you up.
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Flow chart shows that for one motor flowing 47.2 cfm holds 6.8 inHg. The same would hold true for 4 flowing 188.8 cfm. (+/- a couple %) I didn't interpolate to exactly 200, but this should get you close.

You can plan on a ULDF spoilboard 2' by 4' zone flowing just about that amount (50 cfm) in "average" cutting on 1' square parts with a 3/8 bit. More if smaller and less, of course if parts are larger.
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So anyone have an update on how these perform? What about noise, anyone run a db meter on them? There was a request for flow charts at some point. Did anyone get that? I need a vac top for my sign making but I am wary of investing in this since the whole industry uses 3ph vac systems.
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BBV has a new brush kit. It is recommended to change out the brushes on each motor each year. If you run your BBV a lot then you may want to make it more regular.

Here is the link to it on US Router Tools
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Just a maintenance tip for the black box, after losing a vac motor earlier this yr. once we opened up the box to replace it, it was full of dust, so now part of our monthly maint. is to take off the front panels of the black box and blow out the interior were the vac motors are.

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