After using my first Dust Cyclone cart for a few months I’ve identified some flaws with my original design http://lumberjocks.com/MikeMcK/blog/77906. First, it’s was just too big. Secondly, the rear wheels are fixed and I have to drag ...
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After much research and hours of Youtube videos my dust collector rebuild is complete. It consist of a 2hp Woodworks Warehouse dust collector connected to a Oneida Dust Deputy exhausting into a new (from eBay) $129 Donaldson P511332-016-002 UAS UL...
After many years of using a single stage then upgrading to a 2-stage trash can collector. I’ve finally upgraded to a Dust Deputy cyclone. My original DC filled the air with dust every time I turned it on and it wasn’t very air tight. ...