The most basic dust collection that you can add to your table saw is a dust port below the blade.Inexpensive plastic trays with a builtin 4 port see link at bottom of page work well for saws that are open on the bottom like a contractors saw.
Re diy dust collector using a blower motor after reading bill pentz dust collection report, starts me wondering about the busybees dust collectors claim of 1micron filter bag.Does anyone know if their bags are 1 micron after caking up, and if so, what is the filtration rating of it new 30 micron 10 micron.
Cyclonic dust separation overview.How does a cyclone work essentially the function of a cyclone separator is to remove the majority of the dust and debris that you suck up, and separate it out from the air stream that carries it.
Collecting dust from sanders should be a priority.Douglas wrote in with a good question about collecting dust from his sander.I have a delta 2hp dust collector with the hepa bag and it works great, but you knew there was a but, sanding is an issue.And the 4 system for me does not work at all when i attach it to my 2.5 lines.
So, if it were me, and i already owned a dust collector, i would probably just add a separator.Having a bigger cyclone machine would be wonderful, but it does take space and cost more money.Dollar for dollar, id rather have some nice new lathe tools.But thats just me.Either of your choices will work.
Homemade dust collector plans.Does any recall seeing plans for a home made dust collector, using a steel drum to capture the dust, and with the vacuum placed away from the work area to reduce the noise level in the work area i have been searching and have not been able to find the article.Thanks in advance, bgmnn 0823.
Homemade cyclone dust collection system part 7 electrical work by steve silca.This area deserves a brief writeup.The motor is 220v.The second item that was added to the dust collector circuit, and made me glad i used 20a circuit breakers, was a fan to cool the motor.The motor i used is a compressor duty motor, and is not designed to.
I love the dust collector explosion deniers because of the 99.9 argument.The problem is, the conditions for explosion dont occur very often but when they do boy can it be devastating.I used to work at a major food manufacturing plant.
Homemade cyclone dust collector.Blog entry by jcoulam posted 07152009 0602 pm 14722 reads 46 times favorited 16 comments i will try and share as much information about my cyclone as i can.When i first got started i went to home depot and to just see what they had.I found an 8 x 24 duct that was split down the middle, next i.
However, i do have one possible recommendation if you have a dust collector and the willingness to set this up.There is a dust hood this one is 13 x 16 you can set one of these behind the saw and it should catch a much larger of sawdust from the miter.