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My Workshop #4: My Workshop Tour

407 days ago by steliart | 4 comments »

My Workshop Tour My workshop has two levels the ground floor where all my tools are (54m2/580ft2) and the half top floor (16m2/172ft2) which has two rooms; one is used as a paint booth and the other as a drying area as well as storage room. Entering the shop the in the center is the heart of my shop, the table saw/router table, an out-feed table serves also for assembly and in the far East wall my SCMS station. Farther in on the left there’s my dust collector and next to ...

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Make a Dewalt 733 planer dust hood for less then 5 bucks

419 days ago by mickeyt | 20 comments »

Make a Dewalt 733 planer dust hood for less then 5 bucks This is my first blog so I hope I get it right. I bought a used 733 a few months ago that did not come with a dust collection hood. After getting it home I had to try it out, ran a pine board through it and blew chips and dust 5 foot . Well being frugal as I am, no make that cheap I decided to try and make something to get me by until I could find a factory hood. This is what I came up with, I have been using it for a few month...

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An idea for dust collector modifications #1: Modifying the standard collector, would it work?

422 days ago by Craftsman on the lake | 2 comments »

Something I’ve been thinking about for a long time. Since I’m involved in whole house renovations at the moment I won’t get to building it for awhile but maybe someone might and find it doesn’t work and put me out of my misery in thinking about it. I have one of those 1 1/2 hp delta dust collectors. One side is the motor and impeller. The other side is the round metal hoop with a bag on the bottom for the chips and a bag on the top for air expulsion and dust. I took...

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Dungeon to Lair: That's the plan at least... #23: Thien Thing (build), Different Day...

490 days ago by DIYaholic | 5 comments »

Yes, this is ANOTHER Thien Top Hat Pre-Seperator B(uild) log, or blog if you will!!! I have the in/famous HF 2HP DC, which has been “Hot Rodded”, but that will be another blog entry. My build was inspired by Pitbull over on In The Workshop with Charles Neil. While that build inspired me, I took many liberties and ultimately came up with my own design. (FYI: I’m using a 30 gallon galvanized trash can as my collection bin.) While researching the build, I stumpled upon th...

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Dust Collector #1: GRRR! I hate it when work get's in the way!

515 days ago by Dallas | 5 comments »

A few months back I bought a 1HP, 13 gallon bag HF dust collector at a very good price, new in box during a sidewalk sale at HF.I think I paid around $60 for it but the wife tells me it was actually only $35.It was an open box, but I couldn’t see where there was anything missing or anything that had even been put together and taken apart. I plugged it in at the store and it seemed to run just fine so I took a chance and bought it. I set it up in the shop, using 4” thin wall pip...

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Making an Internal Thien Baffle for a HF Dust Collector

516 days ago by Rex B | 15 comments »

I was lucky enough to get the popular Harbor Freight 2 HP dust collector for Christmas. People have modified that thing in every way imaginable, so I found plenty of inspiration out there when planning what to do with mine. I decided to keep it fairly simple: a Thien baffle inside the dust collector’s separator ring, to hopefully keep the dust in the bag and not in the filter. A lot of people have done this mod, but most of them don’t post pictures because it is so simple. So I fi...

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Dust Collector

552 days ago by chazmonro | 14 comments »

I modified my Harbor Freight dust collector. I run it through a dust separator first which works like a charm, and then the fines end up in the black can. I was tired of struggling with the bags so I added the black plastic can, i went overboard on the lever latches.

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Crazy Stuff Stumpy Thinks About #29: I had a dust collection breakthrough while eating tapioca from a hospital trash can.

601 days ago by StumpyNubs | 9 comments »

The other day I yawned and a thick cloud came out of my gaping mouth, floated around my face for a moment and then was sucked into my nostrils as I inhaled my next breath. For a moment I assumed it was a cloud of pipe smoke, like my grandmother used to puff out in rings above her head to impress us kids on special occasions and weekdays. But since I don’t smoke, I knew this was something more serious. (Tired of reading? Listen to Stumpy read this for you below. Or read on like a stuc...

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Dust Collector

750 days ago by brevort | 3 comments »

A big thanks to all my LumberJocks friends. I have finally gotten around to spending my prize money from this winter’s LumberJocks contest. Here it is, a Grizzly G0548Z 2Hp dust collector. I have modified it with a 14” Chinese Wok to imitate the Jet Vortex DC1100.

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Dust Collection - Metal or Plastic

759 days ago by Zoomie | 7 comments »

I am preparing to install a dust collection system and have determined, mostly because of cost to go with a 2HP bag system, no cyclone. I wanted to use 4-6” PVC for ease of installation and for cost but have read some concerns about static electricity building up with sawdust and the pipe potentially causing an explosion. For all of you out there with a dust collection system can you clue me in on whether this is a real concern or not. I could go with metal ductwork but even the cata...

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