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Delta 22-650 Planer dust hood

by flyboy
posted 504 days ago


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History

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#1 posted 504 days ago

I built one for mine, but I don’t just give out the many hours of hard work that it took to figure it all out. Sorry.

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Nicky

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#2 posted 504 days ago

Here ya go….

Many minutes (~20) to design and build. Freely shared!. Built from scrapes. Works like a charm.

-- Nicky

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Todd A. Clippinger

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#3 posted 504 days ago

Nicky – I think you are awesome! Truly the spirit of LumberJocks!

-- Todd A. Clippinger, Montana, http://americancraftsmanworkshop.com

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Todd A. Clippinger

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#4 posted 504 days ago

:)

-- Todd A. Clippinger, Montana, http://americancraftsmanworkshop.com

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flyboy

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#5 posted 504 days ago

Nicky. Thanks alot for the help. It is truly appreciated.

SawSucker. I was not asking for you to design, build, and install. It was a simple request that you could have just ignored. I am so glad my flight instructors in the Military didn’t have this attitude. I was going to just let your comment roll off me but I couldn’t.

-- 160th S.O.A.R

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History

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#6 posted 503 days ago

I’m fully aware of what you asked for. Pictures and plans for free.

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flyboy

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#7 posted 503 days ago

I should have clarified. I was originally looking for and OEM picture. So genius unless you designed and worked for Delta why don’t you just stay at your key board slinging insults at people for no reason. Trust me when I say you haveNOTHING I would ever want for free or for money. Better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are an idiot than open it and remove all doubt. Why you feel the need to be this way to someone you have never met and would never dare to say face to face is amazing. LJ has been a wealth of knowledge to me and I have had the chance to meet some great people it is because of someone like you that makes me think why bother joining anything. So please keep going without knowing everything. In my 23yrs in the Army I never had the displeasure of dealing with someone like you. I wish everyone well and want to say thank you for all the advice and friends I have met. Flyboy

-- 160th S.O.A.R

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SamuraiSaw

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#8 posted 503 days ago

ROFLMAO….......................

I believe charlie would piss off the Pope just to make somebody think his sheet metal and duct tape doo-dads are worth something. He’s genuinely pathetic.

Todd, I completely agree with you!!!

Fortunately, the majority of folks on here are decent human beings willing to share knowledge. By the way, thanks for your service flyboy. Good thing people like you are willing to serve their country and fellow man. If we’d left it up to sawsucker we would have a far worse country!!!

-- Artisan Woodworks of Texas.... www.awwtx.com

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Scott C.

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#9 posted 503 days ago

If you don’t have anything nice to say, go troll another forum.

But more to the point of the post, I took the floor sweep from my shop vac and attached it to my dewalt 733, works ok in a pinch.

-- measure twice, cut once, swear and start over.

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History

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#10 posted 503 days ago

Well excuse me, so you want to treat me like I’m just another woodworker who’s time and experience isn’t worth anything. Good for you. Oh and thankyou for the genius comment, especially when you can’t figure it out on your own.

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SamuraiSaw

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#11 posted 503 days ago

”I’m just another woodworker who’s time and experience isn’t worth anything”

Ding, ding, ding!!!!!!

Congratulations, Chuckie!!!! You finally figured it out. The “expertise” you offer is completely obliterated by the very obnoxious attitude you continually exhibit. You’ve pulled this same crap here, FWW, Wood, WoodTalk, and every other site over and over again. How many chances you think you’ll get?

Admittedly, any reference to Charlie and genius in the same sentence should be a criminal offense.

-- Artisan Woodworks of Texas.... www.awwtx.com

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Picklehead

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#12 posted 503 days ago

Wow. I’m new around here, but I both appreciate all the inspiration and information I get from the members here, and am willing to chime in with whatever help I can offer in return. I’m just gonna chalk this one up to “the exception proves the rule” when it comes to the almost universal good will of the lumberjock community. Like mom said, “If you don’t have anything nice to say…......” I imagine Sawsucker (the name alone makes me wonder!) will be along shortly to flame me, but I’ve got my asbestos boxers on, so suck, er, I mean, “flame on!”

-- You've got to be smarter than the tree.

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SamuraiSaw

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#13 posted 503 days ago

Hang around Picklehead, you’ll fit in just fine. This craft will survive because generous folks will continue to mentor. Certain folks around here (I ain’t mentioning Charlie’s name) feel like the world owes them something even though they don’t deserve anything. The good around here far outweighs the ignorant.

-- Artisan Woodworks of Texas.... www.awwtx.com

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flyboy

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#14 posted 503 days ago

Samurai, Scott, and Picklehead. I appreciate the kind words and help. I was ready to chuck it in on the forum but after calming down I decided there is to many good people willing to offer help and advice. I will not stoop to his level and I will just ignore. This is my first heavier duty planer and after sharpening the blades and adjusting everything the dust collection was last on the list?. I was going to bend some sheet metal but what Nicky did with wood looks like it will work fine. I had a fellow pilot give me a 4’ x 4’ sheet of aircraft aluminum which I might still try. Thanks again everyone and I am not going anywhere. I will post pics as soon as I get it done. Flyboy

-- 160th S.O.A.R

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oldnovice

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#15 posted 503 days ago

flyboy, don’t let Sawsucker suck you down as he does in any forum in which he pretends to participate!

-- "I never met a board I didn't like!"

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History

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#16 posted 503 days ago

You people are really delusional.

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Kwit

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#17 posted 503 days ago

Here’s my solution for my Delta – (not the same as yours?)

posted on a forum

http://lumberjocks.com/topics/47919

-- don't talk about it - be about it

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Picklehead

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#18 posted 503 days ago

So, Sawsucker, looking at what you have posted in this thread alone I see that you have contributed absolutely NOTHING to the conversation. I’m guessing that’s where your name comes from, sucking the life out of everything and everyone you come into contact with. Did you accumulate your vast wisdom all on you own, or did you learn, excuse me, suck it out of others? Are you here to learn? Contribute? It would not appear so. These are merely rhetorical questions, because I assume that GIVING a thoughtful response is WAAAAAY above your ability level. I’m guessing daddy issues.

-- You've got to be smarter than the tree.

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History

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#19 posted 503 days ago

Picklehead, I believe that you have me mixed up with SamuraiSaw. I offered an option, just not for free. I don’t see anyone else giving dimensions, so buzz off.

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Nicky

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#20 posted 503 days ago

Oh my. It was not my intention to get anyone fired up, just a simple attempt to answer a sincere question and add a little humor.

Flyboy, thank you for your service. I was very happy to share, and hope that it will help you.

Todd, thank you.

I take a lot more from this site then I give. When I look through the projects I’m in awe. When I look through the forums I’m amazed at how quickly questions get resolved. I enjoy the company that I keep here.

-- Nicky

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Kickback

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#21 posted 503 days ago

I won’t even get involved in the immature and childish discussions. What I will add is that I acquired a Delta DC-380 about a year ago or so and I ordered the dust hood for it direct from Delta online. I can post a pic of it if you like don’t know if that will be of any use or not but more than willing to snap a pic of it for ya. It has a huge outlet diameter and I had to cob together a setup to be able to get my 2.5” hose on the end of it but it does work fine. It bolts right onto the back of the planer like in the previously posted pic and has slots instead of holes so all you have to do is loosen the bolts and it slides right off quickly for additional cleaning which I have to do often.

-- "I work so I can fish"!

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mikema

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#22 posted 503 days ago

Sawsucker, sounds like you have a lot of great ideas and plans that you wish to have a return on your investment. Perhaps you should consider following the model of many others have created, start your own website, that offers premium content. I am sure you could even work with the owners of lumberjocks to come up with an advertising agreement.

Its not hard to do, and can be done with minimal costs. You may actually be surprised to find that people asking for information may actually be willing to buy something that will help them accomplish what they are looking for.

-- Mike ---- Visit my woodworking blog: http://sawdustnewbie.com

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History

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#23 posted 503 days ago

Hello Mike, I appreciate the help in direction and the support. I’ve definately learned a few things, and I’m sure that I’ll learn some more. Thanks again.

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SamuraiSaw

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#24 posted 503 days ago

Yeppers, that’ll be a money maker for sure. Maybe you can get Bernie Madoff to come out of retirement to find you some investors in that website!

Imagine the long line of folks waiting for wisdom from Mr. Lenz!!!!

-- Artisan Woodworks of Texas.... www.awwtx.com

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Lee Barker

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#25 posted 503 days ago

I don’t like this kind of stuff, but for some reason I read it.

When I got to the end, I figured out why. I love irony.

Nice post, Mike. Excellent information, useful, powerful and succinctly put. I have no way of knowing your intent, but I take it as generosity which is also slightly ironic.

Sawsucker’s response suggests to me that he got it, but didn’t get it.

Bottom line, your generosity is precisely at the heart of what LJ is all about. If it were right to charge for everything we shared here, we’d all have to have a PayPal account in order to become a member.

Kindly,

Lee

-- "...in his brain, which is as dry as the remainder biscuit after a voyage, he hath strange places cramm'd with observation, the which he vents in mangled forms." --Shakespeare, "As You Like It"

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History

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#26 posted 502 days ago

Yeah Samurai, you’d think that you’d learn after I called the Police Dept on you about a year ago for threatening my family. Keep it up you spineless piece of crap. And shame on you Martin and Deb for leting him continue his abusive crap here.

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SamuraiSaw

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#27 posted 502 days ago

Don’t flatter yourself. I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about. I don’t threaten people, especially some malcontent on an internet discussion board.

And I certainly would not jeopardize, my reputation, standing in the community, or my personal freedom over the likes of you.

-- Artisan Woodworks of Texas.... www.awwtx.com

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History

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#28 posted 502 days ago

SamuraiSaw : I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about Yeah Mike, I’m sure that you don’t. Don’t ever bother me again, get it ?

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mikema

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#29 posted 502 days ago

Please don’t confuse me with SamuraiSaw.

-- Mike ---- Visit my woodworking blog: http://sawdustnewbie.com

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History

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#30 posted 502 days ago

Mikema, I’m refering to a different Mike that use to come here.

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SamuraiSaw

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#31 posted 502 days ago

As I said, I have no idea what you are talking about nor do I know who “Mike” is.

Hopefully admins will see fit to remove the last few posts, and caution Mr. Lenz about his paranoid threats.

-- Artisan Woodworks of Texas.... www.awwtx.com

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leadfoot

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#32 posted 502 days ago

Once again the real Chuck Lenz has shown up (aka sawsucker)! Soon he will delete all his posts, and then move on to some other forum where he will quickly be voted “Mr. Congeniality”

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SamuraiSaw

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#33 posted 502 days ago

LOL…..............

Anybody want to guess how long before “History” repeats itself?

Too funny. Genuinely sad, but still funny!

-- Artisan Woodworks of Texas.... www.awwtx.com

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flyboy

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#34 posted 501 days ago

Hi. I am truly sorry to everyone that my original post pulled you in to what I created. I was raised that helping someone when possible is what it means to be a human being. I must also admit it’s a good feeling knowing you have shown someone something new and maybe even making a difference in there lives. It may not be for everyone and that’s fine but it is for me. When I switched from rotor to fixed wing I paid for that myself. And now I get the pleasure of helping to fly people to Dr. appointments that can’t afford any other way. This is who I am and will be forever. I am not rich by any means but some things I don’t care about money. If helping people is not your thing great be who you are bit do not rain on my parade. Life is to short and I only have one shot at it so I plan on making it a great one. To everyone who had kind words and gave me some great ideas I can’t say thank you enough. You are the reason I am staying a LJ. Sorry for the rambling. All the best, Flyboy

-- 160th S.O.A.R

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Todd A. Clippinger

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#35 posted 501 days ago

flyboy – you have nothing to apologize for at all. I was shocked at sawsucker’s response. Nicky was the perfect balance of proper help that so many LJ’s are good at and known for. Chuck is truly a blight on this site and I hope that he is “history” for real.

Just so you know, I used to be Air Assault Cadre at Ft. Hood. I loved riding nap of the earth in a BlackHawk or Huey and coming in fast to slide down that rope or to STABO out. KICKIN!

-- Todd A. Clippinger, Montana, http://americancraftsmanworkshop.com

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flyboy

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#36 posted 501 days ago

Hi Todd. The only thing that beats flying NAP is doing it at night. My son used to get tired of all the stories when the guys would get together. I just got to see him graduate flight school and the first thing he said was you were right Dad. I even got the privlidge of going up with him while we were there. I could not have been prouder. It’s hard to describe to people the feeling. Please keep in touch. We are a small but PROUD group. A heartfelt thank you for your service. Flyboy

-- 160th S.O.A.R

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Picklehead

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#37 posted 501 days ago

No need to apologize that “my original post pulled you in to what I created”. What pulled me in was the desire to help. I have a Delta planer. I don’t know the model, but I figured it might be the one I have, and maybe I could give you the info. (It turns out your planer is WAAAY nicer than mine). The only thing you created was this thread, asking for some help, which is, to me, what this forum is all about. Out of the blue comes somebody ACTIVELY NOT HELPING. I hope both you and the “thread crasher” both got what you deserved, which are two different things. This thread should never have been anything more than info about how to make your planer work better for you. I don’t usually get drawn into this kind of thing, but I guess I’m getting tired of the few spoiling it for the many.

-- You've got to be smarter than the tree.

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ClayandNancy

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#38 posted 501 days ago

Why is this guy still around? Didn’t LJs deal with this idiot a couple of times already?

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SamuraiSaw

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#39 posted 501 days ago

Please accept my apologies for contributing to the insanity. I did nothing more than feed his warped ego and should have stayed out. He uses these forums to extend whatever chaos exists in his life, it seems to be a way for him to have some “meaning”.

-- Artisan Woodworks of Texas.... www.awwtx.com

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Todd A. Clippinger

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#40 posted 501 days ago

Thanks for you and your son’s service. I can only imagine how proud you must be. What a great legacy.

-- Todd A. Clippinger, Montana, http://americancraftsmanworkshop.com

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flyboy

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#41 posted 499 days ago

Thank you guys for everything. Samurai and Picklehead no need to apologize either. We were all drawn in to something that one person created. I feel we are all above it and our words and actions prove we are here to learn and help. Hi Todd. I will admit I shed some tears when I flew with him. A true pro and a man of character. Flyboy

-- 160th S.O.A.R

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unisaw

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#42 posted 499 days ago

What I don’t understand here is – why not just say “nothing”. Why even devote the precious time and energy (in your mind anyway) to say – I’m not given you crap. I’m certain anything you would have to offer to OP would be crap anyway (if – in fact – you truly made the dust port). Pathetic. Glad this attitude doesn’t prevail here. Anytime I have posted a question I have been blown away by the quantity and quality of the replies.

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MsDebbieP

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#43 posted 497 days ago

good grief.
Enough. I can’t believe that adults (I am assuming) cannot control their own behaviour and be respectful – respectful of each other, of the woodworkers, and of the site.

-- ~ Debbie, Canada (https://www.facebook.com/DebbiePribeleENJOConsultant)

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sonnyr

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#44 posted 484 days ago

Flyboy,
Here’s the info for the “Hood installation” on my 22-650 that we talked about in our PM to each other.

“Home Depot” items.

Master Flow 10 in. x 3-1/4 in. to 6 in. Stack Boot ($8.28)
Model # SB10X3.25X6
Internet # 100209803
Store SKU # 149306
Store SO SKU # 755578

Master Flow 6 in. to 4 in. Round Reducer or Increaser ($6.92)
Model # R6X4
Internet # 100111736
Store SKU # 699047
Store SO SKU # 755578

I also used some flashing that I had to tie the stack boot to the planer.
It is all basically held together with screws and foil tape.

Hope this will help you.

-- I may be slow, but I'm easy to stop!!!

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