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  1. Homemade systainer mounting plate for my Dust Deputy

    I went to the workshop late in the evening to do some cleaning. After running away very very late on early Christmas Day morning the mess couldn't have been worse. Digging through the first layer of tools and clutter I looked at the newly bought dust deputy and my festool shop vac. Suddenly I...
  2. Ghetto Fabolous Vacuum Cart/Dust Separator

    I've had this idea to make a dust separator for several months now, I even made the top for the bucket about 5 months ago, it's been sitting there ever since. Yesterday and today I took a little time to make it function. It's made out of all scrap osb and plywood I had lying around (as you can...
  3. Dual Miter Saw Workbench w/DC

    So I realized that I never got to post this as a project, and figured I would finally add it. Part of me was waiting for the day that I got to add drawers, but, as life sometimes goes I haven't had the chance to build the drawers yet. So anyways, here it is! This was built for our high school...
  4. Dust Deputy Cart

    After researching numerous YouTube videos I streamlined a cart with all of the features that the gourmet brands have . The 2" PVC pipes aren't glued so it is easy to remove the bucket by unsnapping the bucket lid & sliding the bucket off it's saddle. The power strip turns on the vacuum & sander...
  5. Dust Deputy Cart

    I was inspired by postings I saw on Lumber Jocks to build my own Dust Deputy Cart. This works flawlessly. I use it for dust control on my table saw, jointer, shaper, and for vacuuming in my shop. This is very similar to others described on this site. If you recognize your design, I thank you...
  6. Another "Different" kind of Dust Deputy Cart

    Some of you may have seen my previous "different kind of dust deputy cart" from a couple of years ago that I have since passed on to another member here who happened to have the same vacuum. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/149634 This one required me to lift the top section off to empty the...
  7. Cyclone Vacuum Cart

    I built this mobile cart for my shop vac and Dust Deputy cyclone. Made from 3/4" ply. Used dadoes/glue/screws for the joinery. The cyclone is mounted atop a piece of ply on a piano hinge to fold up out of the way and give access to the dust bucket. A small clasp holds it down. Just behind...
  8. Super Dust Deputy Cart

    This design was inspired by DadoDog's Dust Deputy cart for his shop vac and the Super Dust Deputy setup he built. I bought a 1.5hp Magnum dust collector with the bag filter. I also bought a super dust deputy and an Oneida hepa filter upgrade. Everything is 5/8" sanded pine plywood and 2×4's. The...
  9. Shop Vac Silencer Cart

    I built this cart after being constantly annoyed by how loud my shop vac was. I saw this in a video by one of the woodworking magazines. Cabinet is 3/4" mdf lined with a sound insulating panel (4×8) from Rona. It's a green wood/paper product. I cut the panel to fit all of the inside surfaces and...
  10. Super Dust Deputy and HF Dust Collector Upgrade

    So there have been quite a few dust collector projects posted on here, but wanted to do a quick share of mine since I was so pleased with how it turned out. I started with the traditional dust collector from Harbor Freight that I got a little over a year ago. I was tired of still having the dust...
  11. media center with bookshelves

    Had some extra time around the shop, so we decided to build this. Its made out of poplar and mdf and finished it with some dunn edwards paint. The top is walnut and finished with polyurethane. Not really my style of cabinet but I think someone will like it. Thanks for looking!!!
  12. Festool and Dust Deputy (Money Saver)

    Recently Oneida (Dust Deputy company) came out with a custom Dust Deputy Systainer for the Festool Vacs. Already being fed up about buying those expensive Festool bags I was pretty excited about getting one and saving money but then I saw the cost; ~230 bucks. OUCH!! Here's my version of...
  13. Shop Vac Cart

    First, I HATE emptying the Shop Vac!! Dust everywhere and knocking the filter out compounds the problem. So I built this cart so everything dumps into a 14gallon drum and no dust gets to the filter. The Drum pops out and empties easily - though still some dust it is far more manageable...
  14. Another HF Dust Deputy build

    I know there are a lot of Harbor Freight dust deputy projects on here… But I think I approached mine a little different. Design goals: 1) Do not spend a lot 2) Portable 3) Small footprint 4) Maximize airflow 5) Short enough to fit under open garage door and track. I did not want to buy/use a...
  15. 30cm (12″) wide Dust Collection Cart with tools, parts and pipe storage

    My shop is 10m² (1081ft²), Few years ago I found out that the best spot to park a shop vac cart would be between the wall and the workbench…30cm wide that is (12"). I was using on old Dyson, a tad wider than that. I normally use plywood only for jigs, but I thought it would be convenient in...
  16. Shop Vac Cart

    I realize this is not very original around here, but this is my very first project involving more than a few boards thrown together for shelving, and I'm very happy with the way it turned out so I thought I'd share it here as my first real project. I constructed the cart using the ShopNotes 109...
  17. Shop vacuum caddy

    I got the Dusty Deputy from Oneida a while back, and while it works great for separating dust and saving the filter, it's pretty awkward to move around the shop. It comes with wheels you can attach to the bottom of the bucket, but it was still pretty unstable. So I made a cart or caddy to keep...
  18. Loft bed

    I made this for my nephew about 5 years ago. It was my first piece of furniture and used my first mortise and tenon joints in it. The mortise's are all cut by hand as I didnt have a mortiser yet. Thankfully the pictures and stain hide most of my sins the joints are far from perfect. It is...
  19. Dust Deputy Cart

    I know this is not exactly novel, but here is my weekend project, a dust deputy cart. This was based around the Shop Notes issue 109 classic design, but I made a few tweaks. First I used schedule 40 2" PVC pipe to duct straight from the vacuum to the Dust Deputy instead of using vacuum hose...
  20. Dust Deputy stand

    Not much to say except that I needed a place to put my Dust Deputy without sacrificing a bunch of floor space. So I used four 20-1/2" extension tubes for my vacuum, two chunks of tubafor, a free piece of plywood, and four wood screws to make a stand. It won't carry a TON of weight, but I should...
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