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post #101 of 792
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i believe he was talking about an actual air compressor, not a can of compressed air.
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yeah I'm talking about a legitimate air compressor used in the garage
I dunno how big of a tank you have, but the datavac sure beats the 10 minutes of waiting for an air tank to pressurize ya know. and the noise of the motor chugging away. In the time it takes to fill the tank, you'd be done with the datavac.
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post #102 of 792
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I dunno how big of a tank you have, but the datavac sure beats the 10 minutes of waiting for an air tank to pressurize ya know. and the noise of the motor chugging away. In the time it takes to fill the tank, you'd be done with the datavac.
that's a good point. so if you have a small compressor that kicks in every few seconds, then you'd be better off getting the datavac.
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does anyone else notice a very small portion of air coming out of the sides where the screws are? it's almost like it has a 'leak'.
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post #104 of 792
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Samoflange I added you
and yes air does come out of there, but i guess its negligible and doesn't really affect it much imo
   
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post #105 of 792
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Samoflange I added you
and yes air does come out of there, but i guess its negligible and doesn't really affect it much imo
ok i just wanted to make sure i didn't get a bent one or something. and you're right, it doesn't affect the tornado coming out of the nozzle.
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Let me join . Got one in the States a couple months back. Been using it for various stuff. (i.e. blow dust out of my car, blow dust out of power supplies, blow car hair out my room.)
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post #107 of 792
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does anyone else notice a very small portion of air coming out of the sides where the screws are? it's almost like it has a 'leak'.
Mine too. I think it's how they built the thing: it's good enough; a blower need not be a precision machine.

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Let me join . Got one in the States a couple months back. Been using it for various stuff. (i.e. blow dust out of my car, blow dust out of power supplies, blow car hair out my room.)
Heh. The Law Of The Tool: you will find a use for it.

The Law Of The Really Cool Tool: you'll make up things for it to do.
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^ lol i agree, also added you mightlobo.
   
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post #109 of 792
Best purchase I ever made. It's loud though, I wear ear plugs when doing my case, plus it gets really hot after like 30-40 seconds of use.

Despite noise and heat it's the best purchase I've made in a while, and I bought it after seeing this thread
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post #110 of 792
Saw this thread, need vacuum now.
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