Author Topic: shop use consideration of CT Boom Arm for Dust Extractors  (Read 24640 times)

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Offline marmot

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Re: shop use consideration of CT Boom Arm for Dust Extractors
« Reply #30 on: June 14, 2016, 03:00 PM »
I have researched this topic for a few months myself, and I've started settling in one boom arms for the photography industry.  That one I linked to seems like a great price point, and it's fairly large - full extension seems to be 49."  There are others out there that are beefier and larger.  These seem like a wonderful alternative that haven't been researched much yet.

Offline krudawg

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Re: shop use consideration of CT Boom Arm for Dust Extractors
« Reply #31 on: May 13, 2022, 02:21 PM »
has anyone on this forum considered and decided to buy / or not buy the M0114 CT Boom Arm for use in a shop ?
The thinking behind the experience and the outcome / advice would really be appreciated.

One review I saw had the Boom Arm mounted separately from the CT which is an interesting approach.
Hans
I posted this in another section but Wood Magazine(July 2022) has a Boom Arm build.  It looks interesting
Ted
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