Well, i saved a tremendous amount of money building the dust collector.The dust collector itself only cost 350.Although the low end cyclones can be as cheap as 600, the cyclone that i built is probably at the same level if not stronger than the woodsucker ii unit at 750, or oneida units upwards of 1000.
I have a grizzly 1023s cabinet saw hooked up to a woodsucker cyclone for dust collection.The woodsucker system works very well for every machine in my shop except the 1023s.The basic problem is that the dust collection port sits several inches above the floor of the cabinet, so the debris settles to the bottom of the cabinet before it can get.
Ventilation warning no shop vacuum, dust collector, cyclone system or air cleaner came with any warning that their systems lack the airflow for good fine dust collection and most come with filters that pass significant amounts of fine dust so when vented inside they cause our shops to rapidly build dangerously high invisible dust levels.
The dust port then connects to either ducting or a flex hose that is large enough in diameter to move the needed volume of air.The flex hose or ducting then connects to a blower.Most of us use a blower built into either a dust collector or cyclone based dust collection system.Often we add a trashcan separator to our dust collectors as shown.
I have been researching cyclone dust collectors because my current one, a 2 hp woodsucker ii, just was not doing the job anymore.It wasnt picking up the dust from my machines, i was getting a lot of ambient dust, lines were getting clogged, etc.
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Im close to deciding on either a oneida dust gorilla or a grizzly 2 hp new cyclone dust collector.Im also interested in the woodsucker and the clearvue, but oneida and grizzly are ahead of the pack due to the completeness of their packages.But i welcome any comments about them.
Emails this morning scolded me for not posting this as a new thread, plus leaving a few things off.Here is an updated version of what i shared at the end of the last cyclone thread.Bill making a dust collection decision requires you to first decide on what it is you want to do.If you just want a shop with no chips, then just about any hobbyist 1.5 hp or larger dust collector or cyclone will.
Finally, from my research, i think the biggest factor to look for in a dust collector is a hepa filter bags just dont cut it.I have a friend with a jet bag collector and he still sometimes finds a fine layer of dust in his shop after a heavy day of woodcutting.The oneida has completely eliminated this problem in my shop.
Generally speaking, your dust collector must pull a high volume scfm of air at separating by cyclone.When dust and debris enters the cyclone collector through the inlet 1, it begins a spiral descent along the inside wall 2, which slows its speed.As the particles slow, larger debris falls from the air stream and into the storage drum 3.
Larrys updated woodsucker ii cyclone was in a whole different class.Larry went with a properly proportioned woodworking cyclone with the right sized cone and dust chute so his cyclones did not plug every time we used a planner.His cyclone solution was a great chip collector but did not move the air needed to be a really good fine dust.
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No good for dust from a sander as it clogs rapidly.Hard to clean too as the shopvac ones have more than normal pleats.3.Foam filter.Ok for big dust and doesnt clog as much as pleated paper with fine dust but they mine at least dont stay on well.I almost never use my 16 gallon shopvac as i bought a dust collector.
October 2002 popular woodworking.Dont use a dust collector when cutting acrylic.When routing acrylic, you should use carbidetipped bits because acrylic is very abrasive.Keep the feed rates fast enough so the cut is smooth, without excessive buildup of heat.And with 10 more suction power than the turbo ii, it can run two 6 or.
Quoted text here assuming that you haventt yet done the tiling how about papering the dining room left and right walls ,turning the edges over on to the opening wall by about half an inch then papering the underside of the opening ,thereby covering the turned over edge from the living room,then turning the next edge over on to the kitchen wall then tiling that wall.
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