In the images to the right, you can see the standard 4 dust port that comes with the the jointer.The dust collector was hooked to it with a sewer and drain sd, astm d2729 or d3034 reducer, which actually works quite nicely.The internal flange is perfectly sized to fit tightly over the port, the screw keeps the adapter in place.
Descriptionthe universal dust hood fits over a 412 dust port and can be adapted to fit many woodworking tools.Use it on table saws, bandsaws, shapers, sanders etc.By simply attaching it directly to the machine, or by using a custombuilt cabinet.
I use a 7 main throughout and step down to 6 at each tool.The pipe crossection is about 36 larger in teh 7 duct but my dust collector gives me about 1000 cfm measured using a pitot and dwyer digital manometer so that equates to about 3800 fpm which should be ok to.
Where to buy a dust collection flange with a 6 port back to power tools, hardware and.I run 6 pvc as close to the machine as possible, then use an hvac reducer todrop to 5 flex tubing and finally a 54 reducer to attach to the manufacturers 4 port.If youre going to spend the money on a dust collector like the cv1800.
To my utter amazement, they had 7 with reducers from 7 to 6 with reducers from 6 to 4.I plan to run the system mostly at 6, all my ys are 6 to 6, the main and distribution lines will also be 6 down almost to the machines, which i will tie in with very short runs of 4 flex hose.
A 2.5 to 4 reducer is plugged directly into the saws dust port.This is connected with 1 of tubing to a 4 y, which is then connected with 5 of tubing to the dust collector.On the other end of the y is a 4 to 2.5 reducer with 10 of tubing going up to a coat hanger hanging from the ceiling and then back down to.
My plan is to run a 6 nordfab main line down one wall in the garage and use it as a manifold system using an 8 to 6 reducer on the dc inlet.Each machine will have its own drop with a flex hose connected from the drop to the machine.
Had to use duct tape around the planner outlet and the elbow to keep it on.Chips didnt go all over, but was still messy.Then added a 4 to 2 12 reducer and hooked up a 6.0 hp shop vac.That did a pretty good job wasnt doing a lot of planning.Once i hooked up my hf dust collector.
My shop is about 13x26 with 8 ceilings joists open above.The dust collector is on casters as is the ts and the planer and router table will be too.Id like any advice on how i can most efficiently run ductwork or hoses so that im not continually clamping and unclamping hoses.
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