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Woodworkers #12005842 12/27/16 04:53 PM
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What are you guys doing for dust collection? The saw dust is driving me crazy.


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hook up your shop vac. blow out the door or window, i have a long set of hoses

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Originally Posted By: Bruce's Guide Service
hook up your shop vac. blow out the door or window, i have a long set of hoses


I'm needing something more than the shop vac. I've got the 10 gallon one and it fills up way too quick.

Think I'm gonna go with this
http://www.harborfreight.com/2-hp-industrial-5-micron-dust-collector-97869.html


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they make a shop vac type head that goes on 55 gal. drums, no idea what it costs but if you are generating that much dust it is probably worth what they ask.

have seem some in home depot that were just heads, not sure what size they fit.

plan b is hire a maid


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hint # 90709579709875434543, to hook up the tool to the vac go buy some 3" irrigation pipe/pvc sched 20 or 40.

you can run a central pipe overhead and do drops to the tools, irrigation pipe to flex to the tool.


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Re: Woodworkers [Re: JavelinJ] #12006323 12/27/16 10:46 PM
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Good find hoppy, but more than I want to spend at the moment. Think I'l try the Harbor Freight kit.


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Re: Woodworkers [Re: JavelinJ] #12006996 12/28/16 01:54 PM
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Ive had other say Grizzly. But, the Harbor Freight kit has a 2hp vs. 1HP motor, plus a larger bag capacity and a 5 micron bag vs. 30 micron on the Grizzly.


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I have the HF dust collector and a trash can cyclone lid.

Im really happy with it!

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Originally Posted By: Poboy K.
I have the HF dust collector and a trash can cyclone lid.

Im really happy with it!


Can you post up pics of your set up?


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I have multiple setups. I have a dust collector, shop vac, Delta air cleaner, but my best solution was to install an attic gable exhaust fan in the ceiling and duct it out the roof (with a spinning roof vent). 1850 cfm exhaust out the roof really keeps the fine dust from settling and keeps the area tolerable. I can manage the large chunks of sawdust fairly easily, but the hanging fine dust everywhere was killing me.

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I have multiple setups. I have a dust collector, shop vac, Delta air cleaner, but my best solution was to install an attic gable exhaust fan in the ceiling and duct it out the roof (with a spinning roof vent). 1850 cfm exhaust out the roof really keeps the fine dust from settling and keeps the area tolerable. I can manage the large chunks of sawdust fairly easily, but the hanging fine dust everywhere was killing me.


That is a good idea as well. Link to the fan?


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I bet if I put a couple of these in it would really help.

http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/product_200446030_200446030


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Originally Posted By: txfour
I bet if I put a couple of these in it would really help.

http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/product_200446030_200446030



If you have access to an exterior wall, that would be great. My setup is almost the same with the exception that it is plumbed through the roof. I also use this to build a quick PVC framed wall and cover it with drop cloth and exhaust paint fumes and overspray with the fan. Quick and easy paint booth.

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