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Project by Spokes posted 04-25-2019 05:03 AM 579 views 0 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Simple box with slanted inside and peg board top





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fivecodys

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#1 posted 04-25-2019 03:28 PM

Interesting.
I have thought about building one of these myself.
What are you using to collect the dust? DC? or Shop vac?

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Spokes

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#2 posted 04-25-2019 04:26 PM

I just use a shop vac, hose fits into the hole on the end.

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therealSteveN

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#3 posted 04-26-2019 09:39 AM

Are you finding it effective? I too have considered them a number of times. To date I had just been buy sanders that enable a hose to fit to them, and then to a vac.

Lately I have been expanding the sanding to air run tooling, and unfortunately the ones I can afford, do NOT offer dust collection, so I think something like this will be in the near future, cause the sanders are working very well, but there are fines everywhere.

Thanks for posting.

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moke

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#4 posted 04-26-2019 06:54 PM

Looks handy….you may want to enlarge the holes to increase air flow sometime.

-- Mike

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Spokes

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#5 posted 04-26-2019 07:36 PM

This is handy enough, the best way is to attach a vac directly to the sander. This is not a perfect system but it is sufficient. Also the amount of “dust “ you collect depends on how much power your vac has and the size of the project you are working on, this table is approximately 2×2.

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BurlyBob

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#6 posted 04-27-2019 11:19 PM

That’s a dandy idea. I’m wondering do you find the pegboard top stiff enough or would a couple of spacers be useful to keep it flat?

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Spokes

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#7 posted 05-19-2019 01:00 PM

For what it is designed for ( smaller projects the stiffness is fine

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