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Home made Cyclone system video (ENG version)

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Blog entry by CarpintHero posted 10-13-2013 09:33 PM 1744 reads 1 time favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch

This is (again) my homemade vacuum cyclone system.

I added this to my blog but the video was in spanish. Now I have decided to have the english version, so … excuse my poor english :)

It consits of two empty paint buckets and some vacuum hoses.

Most of the sawdust and particles stay in the buckets and only a little portion of the fine dust goes to the vacuum bag.

Keeping the vacuum bag empty, means that you can use the same bag for months without having to buy them, and also it means that the vacuum has always full suction power.

The top bucket has the floor removed and the bottom one has a huge hole in the lid, so both of them together act like a taller bucket. In the lid of the top bucket you can see the hose that goes to the vacuum and in one side you have another hose that goes to your table saw, router or whatever machine you have.

The air and dust enters by the side hose and spins arround the bucket. Gravity forces the sawdust to fall to the bottom bucket and almost only clear air goes over the top hose.

Here you have the video of how it Works:

VIDEO —> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtHVDGi19bA <—

As you can see, I attached the buckets and vacuum with some straps to a piece of wood with casters. I can move my cyclone friend anywhere in my workshop

Some pictures:

-- Daniel Rodríguez "CarpintHero" from Xátiva, Spain - My YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/carpinthero/videos



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#1 posted 10-14-2013 12:54 AM

Very well made, and gets very good results for almost no money – Win, win.

-- Love thy neighbour as thyself

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