|Forum topic by moke||posted 04-02-2015 05:52 PM||900 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
04-02-2015 05:52 PM
I am finishing my bench a little at a time…..my next project is to plumb it for air. I have a pancake compressor that is in it and I would like to build the end board to hold two quick connects for nailers and a built in “slinky air hose” to blow off the bench. Also realizing the the pancake compressor is not going to be all the answers for air, make a valve to turn the pancake’s feed off and quick connect air from my big compressor.
My question is, what kind of quick connect will screw to a side plate so it is secure? Or is a copper fitting secure enough just using the clamps commerically sold to hold it in place? Will it hold up?
Any other thoughts? The only other thing is to install a small filter with a “rat tampon” in line somewhere.