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therealSteveN

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#1 posted 08-17-2019 02:22 AM

Not an eggspurt on cyclones, but I have seen a bunch of them, and seen even more comparisons about many of the ones available. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes, inlet sizes, and outlet sizes. I don’t have a quibble with you trying to make one up, but I would make it look perzactly like the appropriate sized Onieda Dust Deputy. They generally kick butt in comparison testings. Also of all the cyclones, and make it at home designs, I don’t hear about people having to empty them, before being filled, because they almost lost all suction.

On the HF’s I see most often people saying to knock off the 4” splitter cap, and keep it 5” till you get really close to the machine. As above 6” is also a possibility, but would require some work on the HF motor, it comes out as 5”

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