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Dust Concerns

Discussion in 'Woodturning Health & Safety' started by Evan Pearson, Oct 9, 2018.

  1. Bill Boehme

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    In GIMP under View there are options to flip and rotate the image, but as far as I can tell that is only for viewing. It doesn't actually change the orientation information that exists in the metadata. But if you click on the Image drop down menu and then click on Transform you will find the rotation options that do get saved in metadata.
     
  2. Mark Jundanian

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    Not in front of my PC, but it seems to me I have rotated an image in Windows picture viewer then saved the result as a new file.
     
  3. Joshua Rhodes

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    @Doug Freeman That idea opens up a few opportunities for what I'm considering. I was back and forth about rather to stay small on a first lathe or move up to a longer bed. Seeing this inclines me to believe I could go ahead and spring for the larger lathe and still be able to move it about easily.
     
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    Any information on the Cleanspace2 air filtration system? Looks like viable alternative to both the Sundstrom and Versaflo - especially cost wise.
     
  5. Mark Jundanian

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    Interesting product. You would still need to add eye protection and a face shield.
    Being that it covers the bridge of the nose it's going to interfere with how safety glasses or prescription eye glasses sit on your nose which may or may not be a problem for you.
     

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