This was a fun project we did at work. Check it out.
Recently our sister company, http://naptownetching.com, purchased a new laser, giving them the ability to almost double their output and ability to service their customers. As the workshop had been piped for only one exhaust vent previously, this presented a challenge for us to solve in getting both lasers vented properly. Our solution was to use Deflecto duct materials and accessories to connect both lasers to the same exhaust vent.
The new laser had a six inch exhaust port at the back of the unit, while the existing laser had a four inch port. This required us to use a 6″ to 4″ reducer. The next problem was that we needed to ensure that there was only one way airflow out of each laser, and that if only one of the two lasers was in use, the exhaust from that laser would not vent into the back of the other…
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