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  1. New coat rack

    Not much of a project but it is a Honey-Do list check off! The last picture is what we were living with for coat storage and the first is what I made to replace it.
  2. pot pourri holder, trays

    The pot pourri thing started life as an early segmented vase turning. but it was full of mistakes and I disliked so much it sat in the shop for almost a year while I thought of ways to save it because of the hours invested. eventually the idea of spliiting it in half to make an oval bowl seemed...
  3. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I'm starting to build the duct work in my garage and I've heard about smooth interior flex hose. I've heard it's out there and it's expensive but I haven't located a place to purchased it. I would like it in 5" can anyone recommend a place? I'm in the LA, CA area but don't mind order over the...
  4. Marketplace Classifieds
    This is a 2HP Grizzly Dust Collector. To the best of my knowledge the unit is about 10 years old, but has seen hobby-level duty for the past 6 years. It takes about 5 seconds to full spin up when you turn it on, but runs great. It ran continuously for 4 hours last week without issue. I'm selling...
  5. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    I upgraded my dust collection for my shop recently and thought I'd share some experiences. I took an existing Jet DC-1200 220v 2HP dust collector with bags and converted it to a stationary system with 6" Oneida Super Dust Deputy and Wynne Environmental HEPA filter. The impeller, motor, plenum...
  6. Blogs
    Revamping my Dust Collector ductwork I just put this into this series to tie things together, but it's not in the proper order, so bare with me.. Hi, Today, 6/21/2007, I changed the name on this blog, so members could find it easier. Things sure get haphazard, & messed up when you by a new...
  7. Blogs
    Fighting for every square inch Since the last time I posted a pic of my workshop, things got a lot worse (cramped) to the point of being virtually unusable. Automotive and Landscape tools were mixed in with my power handtools. Holiday storage was overflowing from the back rooms. My lumber rack...
  8. Blogs
    2nd Hand Cyclone I'm always scowering the want ads, classifieds, and flea markets for bargains. I have always wanted a central cyclone system for the shop but at at $1000 plus they have always been out of my price range so when I saw this in the local bulletin board at less than 300 I snatched...
  9. Blogs
    Installing Nordfab Ductwork After installing the Clear Vue CV1800 cyclone, the next step was to install the Nordfab ductwork. This video shows you how I did the job and how this system works. History Over the years, I have tried a few of the common options out there for ductwork including...
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Just bought a used powermatic 3hp dust collector. The machine will accept an 8" main line does anyone know if it is advantageous at all to run that or just run a 6". My thought is every collection system I see in small shops is 6" reduced to 4" at the machines. If an 8" line is going to make...
  11. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I was searching for some answers for ToddE, & I came upon this website. I think it's the most informative site about dust collecting I've ever seen, so I thought it would be good to set this up as a thread of it's own. It even has a plan, if you want to build your own cyclone.
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