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Old Sun 04 July 2021, 10:15
Just call me: dakmon
Dust Boot on Independent Motor

I believe I have read somewhere that someone used an independent motor to position their dust boot relative to the job at hand. I am curious if any forum members have done this and if they would post pictures so I can see how it can be implemented on a mechmate.

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Old Sun 17 October 2021, 02:50
Just call me: Sergio #70
Have you seen this project?
It would be very easy to make a manual positioning dust shoe, why would you like to automate it?
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