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Old 07-25-2019, 01:31 AM   #11
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That DeWalt shroud is only for grinding. It won't work for cutting. I know I've seen some that will work for that application.
I'm not going to be lugging a HEPA vacuum everywhere I go though so that's why I was inquiring about the respirator. Plus I use my sawzall most of the time anyway.
I'll see if I can try out different sizes and find one that works. I'm just tired of using q-tips to clean out my nostrils and them coming out like I've been in a mine all day, haha.
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Old 07-25-2019, 07:15 PM   #12
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That won't work for cutting and for less than 75$ american I can buy a whole nother grinder and modify the included guardS to be exactly how I want.


https://www.amazon.com/12000RPM-Swit...dp/B07PJGX7WQ/


That one comes with two guards.




I still think his best bet is to electrical tape a garden hose to the pipe pointing at the cut and set it to a trickle like I do.






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Old 08-06-2019, 09:57 PM   #13
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Although it’s a pain at first. Get a grinder vacuum attachment and a small cordless vacuum like the Milwaukee. Once you you get in the habit, you’ll always want to do it this way. Then you can wear a regular mask and face shield if you want.
I use my Milwaukee cordless vacuum when cutting drywall, tile, wood, etc..
it does a great job keeping dust/dirt under control and minimizing job-end clean up.
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