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  1. Downdraft sanding table

    Trying to consolidate my sanding tools/supplies in one place and get rid of some of the dust when sanding. The table hooks up to my dust collector and does a good job with lowering the dust during sanding. The solid wood and casing are beech/beech ply. Baltic Birch Ply used for the drawers...
  2. Benchtop Downdraft Sanding Table

    I put together this downdraft benchtop sanding table from some scraps I had laying around the shop from other projects. I started with a small pieces of ½" MDF, ½" ply, 1/8" pegboard and a leftover 45 degree PVC elbow. The size was somewhat determined by the scrap pieces, but the long MDF...
  3. Wallet / Dresser valet

    Made this for my youngest son, Something to through his change, wallet and cell phone in. Walnut & Brass
  4. Downdraft/sanding table/air purifier

    This a a downdraft table I made using an old furnace fan blower from a furnace that was replaced in my house. It sat around for 15 years until I decided to put it to use. The fan is wired for 4 speeds so I can control the flow of air in the shop. I used peg board glued to 1/4" plywood for the...
  5. Sanding Table

    In an effort to help control sanding dust in my shop, I decided to build a dedicated sanding table. This one has an additional benefit of being an air filtration system, with an old furnace filter I salvaged installed inside. You can leave it on while working elsewhere in the shop, and it will...
  6. Downdraft Sanding Table

    Just finished up a revamp of my Downdraft Sanding Table. I added some new features and did a full video on the build. My favorite part is the knockdown side barrier to help corral the dust. Always continuing the war on dust! You can see the full video here: And the blog post here...
  7. Designing Woodworking Projects
    OK, So I've got the blower from a furnace. I"ve tried finding a copy of the plans from ShopNotes #24 on the internet, but all I got for my efforts was a computer virus! Anybody out there counsel me on finding a copy of the ShopNotes #24 article? Thanks!
  8. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi I am new to woodworking and new to this site. I recently bought a small collection of use power tools, one of which is a Grizzly H2936 vacuum sanding table. There is a covered/unused port on the left side of the base where the sawdust collects before the filters. Could I cover the table with...
  9. Focus on the Workspace
    Can I get some help with my sanding table, I am trying to get maximum suction, here are the details and questions. I have a ClearVue Cyclone with 6" piping. The downdraft table top is about 25" x 43" and is pegboard sitting in a rabbet, not glued down or attached. I have cut some larger...
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Well to start I want to say I have until 1/6/14 off work. I have been spending a lot of time in the shop planing. I was wondering what you all do to keep from over filling your DC. I have a custom 3 HP cyclone with a barrel separator in line before the cyclone. It can be seen here. It has a...
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