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sgv

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470 days ago

I have a 1 hp Delta dust collector, nothing fancy it is a few years old and I wont to make a pre chipper collector looking on line I have found all the parts the big question is 10 gal. can or 20 gal. I was thinking of using Rubbermaid trash can of ether size, so what does any one think

Thanks bunches

-- Tite Lines, May the wind be at your back


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#1 posted 470 days ago

I have been known to fill a 42 gallon Rubbermaid can in less than a day.

YMMV

-- Improvise.... Adapt...... Overcome!

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#2 posted 470 days ago

Reeeellllyyyy I do a lot of scroll work and wanted to try band saw boxes, I have tried my hand at Intarsha 42 Gallons in one day!!!!!!!! think I will use the 20 Gal I have one I can try

Thanks

-- Tite Lines, May the wind be at your back

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#3 posted 470 days ago

Mine is mostly table saw, Band saw and Planer with gusts of sanding dust and the occasional sweep of dust and chips from the floor.

-- Improvise.... Adapt...... Overcome!

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#4 posted 470 days ago

Try to find a 55 gal fiber drum…thats what i use…rub

-- IF YOUR NOT MAKING DUST...YOU ARE COLLECTING IT! SOUTH CAROLINA.

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#5 posted 469 days ago

Thanks to every one on the site it is truly the best I have found

Keep making dust
may the wind be to your back

-- Tite Lines, May the wind be at your back

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