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Oneida Super Dust Deputy

Oneida Super Dust Deputy

765 days ago by tme4tls | 17 comments »

I have been fighting with my Oneida Pro 2000 since I bought it. Seems a lot of dust passes the cone and lands in the filter clogging it and making dust collection inefficient. So much so I have to take the filter outside at least once a week and blow it out with an air line the reinstall. For my drill press I purchased a Dust Deputy and use it on with a shop vac. It works wonderfully. There isn’t enough material that gets by the Dust Deputy to measure in the shop vac, so I conclu...

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Review and Testing of a G0440 Cyclone Dust Collector

Review and Testing of a G0440 Cyclone Dust Collector

787 days ago by djg | 30 comments »

I will start by saying that I am new to LumberJocks. This is my first post and my first tool review. Like many woodworkers, I have a well equipped shop. Also like many woodworkers, I left dust collection until last. This is an unfortunate. I now realize that dust collection should be one of the first things you should consider as soon as you purchase that first tool. As much as you would like to purchase more tools to do more things, a dust collector should be considered after purchasin...

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Great cyclonic dust separator

Great cyclonic dust separator

814 days ago by Alexandre | 10 comments »

The dust deputy is a great dust separator for my Ridgid shop vac.I gave it 4 stars out of 5 because for a few reasons:1. It’s really unbalanced without a cart when you move it2. Its pretty awkward moving it unless you build a cart.3. Static electricity during dry times is a pain and a hassle as some dust gets in because it tends to stick to the cyclone.4. The container fills up quickly, probably a 35 gal drum would be nice.5. The price is pretty high for a piece of moulded plastic and 2...

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Grizzly GO703P  The right Dust Collector for my shop

Grizzly GO703P The right Dust Collector for my shop

828 days ago by Dewshan | 12 comments »

After many years of building projects without good dust collection I decided it was time to get serious about controlling the dust in my shop. Besides the obvious health issues it is also not much fun to be covered in dust after a long day of woodworking. I also recently upgraded my table saw to a JET hybrid that has a dust port and I was feeling a little guilty about running the saw without one. My shop is a 2 car garage that I also use to work on cars so I wanted a DC that could be mo...

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Wynn Environmental Filters for the Jet AFS 1000B Filter system

Wynn Environmental Filters for the Jet AFS 1000B Filter system

830 days ago by bluejazz | 13 comments »

I recently purchased the Jet AFS 1000B. I was amazed at how quickly the filter was clogged up, thinking one the one hand this might get pretty expensive, but also thinking on the other hand, I am glad I didn’t breathe all that. I am very happy with this filtering system. I cannot quantify how well it cleans the air, but visibly pulls a lot of stuff out of the air. But this review is for the Wynn Environmental replacement outer filters. Replacement outer filters from Jet are upwar...

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Super Dust Deputy Add on for 4" DC systems

Super Dust Deputy Add on for 4" DC systems

837 days ago by TechRedneck | 12 comments »

While researching this product, I noticed that there was not a review on LJ’s for this specific model of cyclone. I have a smaller ClearVue Mini and absolutely love it, however there were few choices on the market for cyclones specifically made for the majority of small DC systems out there in the 1-2 HP range. I think that Oneida has something here for that niche market. In fact, I am surprised yet pleased that they made one of these available because it can directly compete with ...

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BucketMAX by ShopVac

BucketMAX by ShopVac

852 days ago by ParksArt | 7 comments »

Here’s my video review of the small ShopVac BucketMAX vacuum:

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Keen Dust Router Review.  Above and below table dust collection

Keen Dust Router Review. Above and below table dust collection

883 days ago by ardbeg | 12 comments »

This is a review for the Keen Products Company’s “Dust Router” http://www.keen-products.com/ This simple device really works wonders. I have a Bench Dog Cast Iron wing extension router table (the pic above is not my set up) and thought I was getting decent chip collection through the fence but this $40 gizmo makes DC’ing at the router table an art. DescriptionThe kit comes with:-a sheet of plastic that you need to attach between your router and plate. Easy enou...

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G0548Z - 2HP Canister Dust Collector

G0548Z - 2HP Canister Dust Collector

891 days ago by Mainiac Matt | 15 comments »

Background...I’ve been reading up on and conspiring to get DC into a working shop for what seems like ages. And though I’ve always wanted to set up a two stage cyclone system, when it came right down to it, I didn’t have the space or the money. So turning my sights to single stage units, I flagged the G0548Z as my pick. Fast forward to January, when I found that the price had gone up in the 2012 catalog, but that the holiday sale of $375 was still good for a few more days...

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Works Great!

Works Great!

901 days ago by zindel | 2 comments »

Okay so i built myself a cabinet for my miter saw and wanted some type of dust collection, granted there can only be so much when it comes to a miter saw but anyways i put a small vac inside the cabinet and needed a way to turn it on and off without opening everything up flipping the switch ect. Found this little guy it was on sale at the time for $20. Thought i would give it a try and it works great! i leave the switch on my shop vac to on and when i pull the power switch on my saw the vac c...

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