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Forum topic by Freddo posted 07-24-2008 08:11 PM 4314 views 0 times favorited 4 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Freddo

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07-24-2008 08:11 PM

Topic tags/keywords: dw735 dw7353 chip collector dewalt planer

Hi All,

I own and appreciate my DeWalt DW735 and what it can do. heavy for a portable so I built a rolling base cabinet w/drawers (see my workshop for a photo). The DeWalt DW7353 Chip Collector however….

Anyone else use this. It does the job well BUT:

1. After using it and untying the draw-string holding it to the garbage can (~33 gal) a lot of chips are all around the edge and a LOT falls to the floor. Could be worse I suppose if it was shootin’ out all over the shop.

2. SHOCKS : Woweeee – you might have heard the snap from between my finger and the hose from “your” shops. I didn’t realize just how much static could build up; that hose can sure store a MAJOR static charge! Where should I ground the thing to? The ground screw on an electrical outlet, a pipe?

Do any of you have a different solution. As it stands now, my only dust collection/filtration is a box fan blowing out of a basement window and a ShopVac. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

-- God bless! Freddo (Northern - NJ) Our Creator designed us to create - so use WOOD!


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sIKE

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#1 posted 07-24-2008 08:57 PM

I grounded mine to a cold water pipe. I don’t have any problems with Static….

-- //FC - Round Rock, TX - "Experience is what you get just after you need it"

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#2 posted 07-29-2008 03:34 AM

Anyone else have a DeWalt DW735 that will please share how they control the chip output? Thanks in advance!

-- God bless! Freddo (Northern - NJ) Our Creator designed us to create - so use WOOD!

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#3 posted 07-29-2008 12:37 PM

I just plug my shop vac into the port on the back and turn her on, works fine.

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#4 posted 07-29-2008 01:40 PM

Ditto fshrmn43, shop vac with the 2” hose.

Though I know what you mean by static, you can see the chips dancing all over the outside of the hose. Since the shopvac and hose are plastic, plus they are grounded through the plug, I never get shocked.

-- Rich, anybody want a peanut?

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