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Workshop operational tips. #8: Easy(er) Way to Change Your Dust Collector Bag

06-18-2019 01:14 PM by LittleBlackDuck | 18 comments »

Boys and Girls, Another one of my plagiarised hints. One of the things I will criticise about LumberJocks is that there is a wealth of information out there that just doesn’t seem to get sufficient distribution onto the “ignorant”. Now no offence meant to members as many may consider everyone knows about “it”, whatever “it” may be, and there probably have been a number of past posts that the search engine did not reveal. Even if the subject h...

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Complex Curve Veneered Box Series #1: Making The vacuum bag

12-06-2014 06:00 PM by Matt Nudi | 2 comments »

So the first part of this is the fact that I needed a vacuum press to really get the results that I wanted. I did a lot of reading on the joewoodworker site and decided on the excel1 continuous run system. It came in the mail yesterday and get everything set up and sealed off. The next step for me is working on making the vacuum bag. I bought 30mil vinyl from the veneer suppliers website. I have the glue for the vinyl and the roller and the valve stem now I just need to get things asse...

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Dye and Dovetails

11-13-2014 02:23 PM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 1 comment »

This was a fun experimental project. I attempted to use a clothing dye as a stain to see what different colors I could create while still being able to see the grain pattern. I also laminated plywood pieces together to see what effect could be made with the different layers being visible. Check out the video to see the end results!

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Easy Built Corn Hole Boards

05-18-2014 07:00 PM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 1 comment »

In this video I show how to make corn hole boards (also know as bean bag toss game). These boards are nice because you can fold the legs up easily for quick storage. Please Subscribe! Watch the video here!

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Time lapse Woodworking #17: Walnut Bubinga Vacuum Bag oh my (-:

05-23-2013 03:57 PM by Canadian Woodworks | 5 comments »

In this time lapse woodworking video I’m using a vacuum bag to laminate 2 panels together, to create a single 3/8’’ thick panel with Bubinga and Walnut on either side. I had the 2 different veneers already on a mdf substrate, so it was simply cutting to size applying glue and turning on the press. Hope you enjoy and thanks for watchingPaul

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Dust Collection #3: Fine!....... particles that is

12-01-2009 04:33 PM by PurpLev | 32 comments »

After many months in the planning, designing, and reding on other peoples builds of air cleaners, the day before Thanksgiving I came upon an ad on craigslist of a JDS Air-Tech 2000 Model 750. I figured that if I was to build one – it would end up costing about as much as the JDS model, but will not have the same filtration quality, it’ll be heavier (wood construction as opposed to metal frame), and it’ll take me time to build it. time that could be used to build woodworking ...

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Dust Collection #2: infiltration.... filter me this, filter me that

01-13-2009 04:34 AM by PurpLev | 29 comments »

I ordered a 0.3 micron replacement filter from Wynn Environmental to replace my Jet DC1100 30 micron bag. Originally I was going to make a simple review for people to benefit from my experience with the new filter I got… but since it had gotten a bit more complicated, I figured this is blog-worthy, and the ‘regular’ review will follow once I experience more the performance of the filter. Disclaimer: I have had nothing but great experience from Wynn Environmental, from ...

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Dust Collector #2: The final solution - completed.

04-23-2008 08:20 PM by GaryK | 23 comments »

Well, this is the second and final part of my dust collector retro-fit. Here you can see the two boxed as I recieved them:.. Here they are unpacked and stacked. I removed the Dust Dog label. I figured that it didn’t do anything but restrict air flow. It came off easily.. Here you can see the handle that created some confusion in the first part of this blog... As the handle is rotated it makes these “paddles” brush against the pleats of the filterknocking off the ...

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Dust Collector #1: The need for change

04-19-2008 04:52 PM by GaryK | 12 comments »

For some reason I have had a problem lately with the bags on my dust collector (DC) coming off during use.Needless to say it made quite a mess. It seemed that I couldn’t get the cloth belts that held the bagson any tighter. My first thought was to get a canister as a retrofit, but about 10 years ago the DC Ibought was a generic brand. A Reliant. So nothing I found would fit it. Here’s my current system: So I figured that I needed to look into a better system for attachin...

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Conference table / work bench #2: Construction Details

09-04-2007 03:55 PM by Lee A. Jesberger | 14 comments »

I thought I would include a few more photos, showing the construction details. I’m not sure why I always end up with the photos in reverse order, but maybe you should start from the bottom! Completed top, waiting for the edge shaping and butterflies. My stepson, Evan, inspecting our work. Lee and Evan installing 1/8" thick, Wenge edge banding. The underside, fitted and stained. The holes allow attaching the top to the frame. Evan measuring for the stainless inserts...

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