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Dust collection for newbies

Aug 11, 2021 Table saws. Jointers. Planers. Drum Sanders. Each category of tool needs a slightly different kind of dust collection, the Hand Tools require a wet/dry vac style system and the Large Machine Tools need a larger 1-2 HP dust collection machine. I am going to list my recommendations for both beginners and intermediate set ups

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  • Buying A Dust Collection System For Woodworking

    Buying A Dust Collection System For Woodworking

    Dust collector systems help to reduce the amount of dust in your workshop. If you’re just using small power tools, like orbital sanders or routers, then a shop vac dust collection system will work. But for the big machines you’ll need to upgrade to a good shop dust collection system

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  • Newbie - Dust Collection / Air Filtration Questions

    Newbie - Dust Collection / Air Filtration Questions

    Jul 06, 2020 Newbie - Dust Collection / Air Filtration Questions. Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 16 of 16 Posts. Libelula Registered. Joined 8 mo ago 7 Posts . Discussion Starter #1 8 mo ago (Edited) Hi! I'm new to woodworking and dust collection/air filtration is a topic I want to make sure I fully know how to implement at home

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  • 10 Top Tips for Dust Collection | WOOD Magazine

    10 Top Tips for Dust Collection | WOOD Magazine

    Here's a dust-collection blast gate you can build quickly and easily without spending much money. First, cut all the pieces from 1⁄4 Baltic-birch plywood and bore the 4 1⁄2 holes, as shown, with a circle cutter. Then, glue and clamp the plywood spacers to one of the 7x7 plywood pieces. Now, cut a 4 section of PVC cold-water drain

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  • Getting Started with Dust Collection

    Getting Started with Dust Collection

    Central dust collection systems: In a central dust collection system, the collector stays in one place in the shop and is connected to the woodworking tools with a system of ductwork. A central system has a couple of advantages over a portable system. The central unit can be placed in an out-of-the-way location where it doesn't take up the most

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  • 8 Best Dust Collectors to Dust-Free Your Workshop

    8 Best Dust Collectors to Dust-Free Your Workshop

    To find the right dust collector for your work needs, think about the CFM rating of the power tools that you use daily. For instance, a bandsaw can create between 300-400 CFM and a planer between 500-800 CFM. Dust Collection Bag. A dust collector may have a plastic collection bag or a collection drum

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  • Woodworking Dust Collector Tips: The Guide For Beginners

    Woodworking Dust Collector Tips: The Guide For Beginners

    Dec 24, 2016 Woodworking Dust Collector Install Tips. For longer runs use sewer drain pipe (not schedule 40) Install or build blast gates for isolating machine’s not in use for greater performance. [AMAZONPRODUCTS asin=”B0000223YN”] Use dust collection ports and hoods for machines to improve chip removal

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  • Dust collection DIY- Questions about a proposed system

    Dust collection DIY- Questions about a proposed system

    Jul 26, 2021 So I put together a simple water trap/dust collector connected to my shop vac that is surprisingly effective. A 4 to 5 duct adapter connects to 3 aluminum drier flex hose & into the top of a 4gal steel pail with latching lid. The flex hose is attached

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  • Newbie question about dust collection | Woodworking Talk

    Newbie question about dust collection | Woodworking Talk

    Jul 24, 2018 Newbie question about dust collection. Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 10 of 10 Posts. R. rmmeira Registered. Joined Jun 3, 2018 61 Posts . Discussion Starter #1 Jul 21, 2018. Hi guys, maybe you could help me about my dust collection needs;

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  • bp-355 bandsaw dust collection newbie question

    bp-355 bandsaw dust collection newbie question

    Dec 17, 2017 bp-355 bandsaw dust collection newbie question. sorry for the real newbie question, i've got a bp-355 bandsaw. Up to now i've had no dust collection on it, but i've managed to get hold of a 2HP unit. The 4 air outlet on the bandsaw is about 80% obstructed on the inside by a thin metal plate. That plate is held on with small welds, am i meant

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  • Best Miter Saw Dust Collection - Phox

    Best Miter Saw Dust Collection - Phox

    If you are a professional, then you must know the importance of a dust collector. But if you are newbie, then we must tell you, the dust collector is one of the most important things when it comes down to miter saw. Not only the dust will make the area messy, but it is also too dangerous for health as well

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  • Guide to Understanding the Baghouse Dust Collector

    Guide to Understanding the Baghouse Dust Collector

    Apr 30, 2018 Baghouse Dust Collector Overview. A baghouse or fabric filter is a particulate pollution control device that removes dust from the air. Power generation facilities, flour mills, pharmaceutical and chemical plants and other industries use baghouses to control emission of air pollutants

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  • To all Festool newbies who already have a Shop-vac

    To all Festool newbies who already have a Shop-vac

    To all Festool newbies who already have a Shop-vac ... I don't use dust collection that doesn't have a good filter. I used to but it put fine dust all over my shop. It isn't that expensive to put a decent filter on a shop vacuum, that should be the first upgrade. Then if you don't want to clean it all the time, add a dust

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  • The Best Band Saws for Workshop 2021 - PowerBor Tools

    The Best Band Saws for Workshop 2021 - PowerBor Tools

    Aug 20, 2021 Dust collection: Some band saw models incorporate a plastic turbine blade to its lower wheel to create a suction that pulls dust into a bag.Other saws build in a port that you can connect with a hose to a shop vac or a dust-collection system. Stands: Stands are an absolute must for big saws, and helpful even for small models.When shopping for a stand, also consider the advantages of adding a

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  • Videos: Dust Collection | The Newbie Woodworker

    Videos: Dust Collection | The Newbie Woodworker

    Dust Collection for Newbies: Introduction to Dust Collection. This is an introduction to dust collection. If you don't know anything about dust collection, or maybe just a little, then this is the place to start. I cover the concept of dust collection, learn the basic terms, and put together a dust collection system for my garage workshop

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  • Dust Collection Explained - Top Woodworking Advice

    Dust Collection Explained - Top Woodworking Advice

    Dust Collector: Dual-Stage Collection Systems – Cyclonic action separates heavier chips and debris, removing them before they reach the impeller Available with higher horsepower and airflow for demanding applications Higher initial cost and takes up more floor space High voltage and amperage requirements may exceed the electrical capabilities of some small shops More powerful and efficient

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  • Garage Workshop Dust Collection Solution - House

    Garage Workshop Dust Collection Solution - House

    Jan 13, 2020 These replacement dust collector bags fit the Harbor Freight Central Machinery Dust collector perfectly: POWERTEC 70010 Clear Plastic Dust Collection Bags, 19-1/2 -Inch x 41-Inch | Dust Collector Bags And that’s my dust collection system! Let

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  • The Newbie Woodworker | The Newbie Woodworker

    The Newbie Woodworker | The Newbie Woodworker

    Dust Collection and PVC Static Fire Danger? January 21, 2020 ~1 min read; One of the most common topics I see in the comments on my Dust Collection for Newbies video is about the perceived dangers of static electricity and PVC, and whether you need to ground your system or not. I’ve finally decided to put my thoughts on the subject in a blog

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  • Dust Collection Research - Beginner's Corner

    Dust Collection Research - Beginner's Corner

    Oct 03, 2020 Dust collection firms found over years of research and experience that most small shop stationary tools require about 350 cubic feet per minute (CFM) airflow to provide good chip collection which collects the visible dust and keeps our floors, work surfaces and tools clear of sawdust and chips

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