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Dust Hood Couplers - 4" to 4" to 2-1/2"

04-05-2012 01:31 AM by Joe Lyddon | 12 comments »

I got two dust Hoods from Rockler on Sale…They require a 4” Hose-type connection…I DO NOT want to use 4” Hose! I also have a 4” to 2-1/2” Coupler that I got from Rockler.It TOO wants to connect to 4” Hose!I DO NOT want to use 4” hose! I want to connect the 4” to 2-1/2” coupler to the Hoods – Simple!They DO NOT make such a device!So, I have make a Coupler to couple 4” Hood to 4” to 2-1/2” converter! ...

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Machine mods, oddities, and fix-ups #2: Belsaw planer dust collection

12-21-2011 10:17 PM by Loren | 2 comments »

Belsaw dust collection The steel chute was salvaged off an instant hot water heater. Be careful of the swing of the planer handle. If this chute were placed any closer to the centerline of the cutterhead, the Belsaw crank handle would not clear the center port of the chute. You might get away with just making a 4” hole in the top of the planer, perhaps offsetting it in some way to not conflict with the swing of the crank handle. In any case the chips won’t go straight ...

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Kitchen Cabinets #2: The grand sell-out

09-15-2011 01:54 PM by AnthonyC | 3 comments »

Well, I kinda sold out. Day job stayed hectic longer and the wife just wanted the kitchen finished, so I went pre-made. :( The cost wasn’t so bad (building them myself), finish was already done (I don’t have a good spray booth yet), and it gave me time to do other work on mechanicals, flooring, etc. Ended up with a similar design, but 1/2” overlay with beaded outer edge doors, which gives the inset look from a distance. Went with CabinetAuthority.com, who are resell...

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Dust Hood 12/06/2006

12-06-2006 01:29 PM by Dick, & Barb Cain | 0 comments »

I finally did some wood-turning yesterday, & my dust shield worked great. It can be slid to follow along with the area your working when doing a longer turning. I was concerned that the plastic window on it would get dirty because of static, but it stayed clear of dust. It also didn’t interfere with my work.My sweetheart was setting up her display of Dickens carolers yesterday, & mentioned she should have a light post. I surprised her, & made one for her. I’ll show it...

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WHAT'S UP? "While I'm out in my Shop". #7: Things to do 12/04/2006

12-04-2006 05:58 PM by Dick, & Barb Cain | 5 comments »

This one is also out of the order intended, but I’d like to keep these things together. I still haven’t completed the workshop reorganization project. There seems to be so many distractions that sidetrack me. I recently made a combination shield, & dust hood for my lathe. I looked at a lot of them that you can purchase, but I opted to design my own to fit my own lathe better. It slides under my lathe bed. I guess you can put this into “Getting workshop organ...

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