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  1. My new Dust Collector Separator and Cart

    I hate dust. My shop is also my garage and dust gets on everything. I started out using a shop vac but it was really noisy and not that effective so I gave up on that. A 2hp dust collector seemed too expensive for me as a hobby woodworker on a budget and it would also take up valuable floor...
  2. YADC

    Yet another dust collector Some weeks ago, I bought my first tablesaw and my first decent router. Even though the dustcollection on these contractor saws isn't perfekt, I got lots of dust etc. around the filter of my shopvac. After some research on the web, instead of buying a plastic-cyclone...
  3. Dust Collection Cart (with cutting diagram)

    I built a dust collection cart for my Ridgid shop vacuum and the Dustopper dust separator. This was a much need shop project that I've been putting off for months. I'm so glad I finally built one. I built the cart from a sheet of plywood and used pocket hole joints to put it all together. I...
  4. MWA Woodworks Mobile Dust Collection Cart

    I built this mobile dust collection cart for my ShopVac + Oneida Dust Deputy using the plans from MWA Woodworks. Overall, it's a great cart for what it does. The footprint is only as big as it needs to be to fit the shop vac. I'd seen many other versions of a mobile dust cart which place the...
  5. A different kind of Oneida Dust Deputy Cart/Caddy with a Fein Vacuum

    I previously built one of the Shop Notes style Dust Deputy Carts however I didn't care for it for several reasons so I decided to build this one with a smaller footprint, more capacity (15 gallons) and some other features I wanted (my daughter says it looks like some kind of Robot!). The vacuum...
  6. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Hi All, Do You have a weight problem? I do… Here is a Doctor that has some pretty good ideas on how to SOLVE the problem… and it seems to be SO SIMPLE… I am passing it on to you… Maybe it will make a difference with you! (us) I plan on watching the rest of the videos and hopefully, it...
  7. Focus on the Workspace
    This is my first posting, but I am very excited about my latest project. I paired a dust deputy with what I found to be the best small wet/dry vac available. Size and sealed suction and price were my primary concerns. It seems like the dust deputy is best suited for high sealed suction values...
  8. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    So my Rigid 13" planer bit the dust, repairs will cost more than a new one. I'd like to upgrade from this planer, and am currently debating whether I go with a 15" floor type planer, or a 13" helical lunchbox planer. I understand that helical cutterheads can give a much better finish, but is...
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