Use the molded poly Oneida Dust Deputy cyclone separator to make your own shop vacuum driven dust collection system.Tired of using your shop vacuum and getting poor results? Oneidas Dust Deputy will transform your shop vacuum and the way you work! Trap dust in a barrel and NOT in your shop vacuum. Separates 99% of sanding dust; only 1% goes into the vacuum. Extends the life of your shop vacuum and your filters. Extremely efficient, cyclonic pre-separator for vacuums.Make your own shop vacuum dri
In my small shop, I use a shop vacuum to collect dust from several tools. To cut down on the need to swap hoses, I built this manifold with two blast gates. Now I transfer suction with a flip of my wrist. To make the box, I drilled holes for the hoses and rabbeted the box sides for the 1/8-in. blast gates. After cutting …
Need a Cyclone Dust Collector that's a space-efficient unit with minimal noise, dust-free construction, and convenience of use. Then get building with this plan.Designed to for use with a 760 CFM, 1 1/2in. horsepower, 62-82 decibel blower - ideal for a small shop Project requires the following materials:1 piece 4x8 birch plywood2 pieces of 20x57-1/2in. 30-gauge sheet metal for the cylinder and 3 cone segments 1 piece of 15-1/2x19in.30-gauge sheet metal for the inlet 1 cartridge-type air-filt
Dustless Drilling and Drum Sanding Whenever I have curves to sand, I chuck a sanding drum into my drill press. The only problem is that the sawdust flies everywhere. I wanted to catch the dust with my shop vacuum, so I made a bracket to hold the nozzle. I glued together two 3/4-in.-thick pieces of medium density fiberboard (MDF) and cut out the curved shape with my jigsaw. When I want to use it, I just clamp it to my drill press table. I made the hole just big enough so that the tip of the nozzl
Router Table Dust Hood: When using my router table, a hose from my dust collection system attached to my router table fence has always done a great job keeping the dust at bay in my shop. However, when my fence is removed for free-hand routing, I didn’t have an adequate way to capture all of the dust and chips. To solve that problem, I built the router table dust hood you see here.