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  1. Dust Collection
    I had a small,cheapy battery powered vac we used in the home and car occasionally, but it was sad. Given that we wanted something better for small house, car and shop tasks and I have gone into the Ryobi cordless system, I looked at online reviews and picked it up from Home Depot. I've had it...
  2. On-Off Switch at chest level for a dust collector

    Here's a little workshop helper I've found very handy. This on-off assembly is mounted to my two stage Jet dust collector. Jet placed the original on/off switch on the motor assembly which is about 18" off ground level and behind the blower unit. Bending over, somethimes around other...
  3. 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...
  4. DustDeputy cart

    Loosely base in other popular designs. It works great.
  5. Dust collector

    Thien dust collector This thing works great! The goal was to have it function well but also look like it belongs on top of the trash can. I mainly mill foams like eps and urethanes with my cnc. With that material being so light I was a little worried about a lot of it going directly into the...
  6. vacuum pump and frame press

    I recently got interested in using vacuum to clamp and hold items for other operations. This is the pump and frame press I built. So far I've learned that vacuum can crush a guitar. ;-)
  7. 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...
  8. Thien Baffle Dust Separator

    Hello All, I made this dust collector in order to extend the life of my shop vacuum. After clogging my shop vacuum filter and having to blow it out in order to restore the performance of my shop vacuum. After some research online I found the Thien Baffle and was very interested in its...
  9. 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...
  10. Another! Vacuum and Separator Cart

    Like so many other LumberJocks, I got tired of the transportation issues associated with a separator system. Two units, hoses, wobbles, tangles and the like. So, I decided BUILD A CART! Mine isn't anything special, it's all 11/16 ply and joinery is via my Kreg Jig kit. I used what I had on...
  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. Walnut Burl Side Tables with Formed Bases

    Set of two side tables, 30" round and 24" X 36" rectangle. Bookmatched Walnut burl tops, vacuum formed bases, painted and veneered with Quilted Bubinga and Sapele. Sub base is an aged copper veneer.
  13. My Easter Gift To Everyone

    A while ago I promised I'd give everybody an Easter Present so here you go everyone, Happy Easter. That one big black one is for Dick Cain, Happy Easter Dick. This took me about 2 weeks to complete all these eggs. Most are naturally colored with some poly wipe on them. I got a bunch of exotic...
  14. 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...
  15. Table Saw Dust Ducting

    Well this was my second project over the summer. It took about 2 weeks to do, and i learned a lot. If i had to sell it, it would be like over $2000. When i was done there was 249 rivets, ya 249. So in the viewing window i added one extra rivet just to round it out to 250. It works with an old...
  16. 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...
  17. Vacuum cart

    Submitted for your delectation is my version of the ubiquitous vacuum cart. Last year on Black Friday I bought a Clear Vue cyclone on sale. Dragging it around the shop with my vacuum for all of 10 minutes was enough to drive me to making the cart. As with most things I design, I built the main...
  18. Woodsmith Dust Deputy Cart

    Finally got around to post this. Once I got my temporary saw horse workbench up and running spending some time building some needed jigs and shop projects. here's a dust deputy cart based on the Woodsmith plans available online. Overall it was fairly easy, though cutting circles with a jig...
  19. Magazine displayshelf

    I built this to hold all my magazine subscriptions and to display the most recent issues. looks like I'll be needing another one before too much longer.the bottom display flips up to reveal hidden storage.
  20. Dust Collection Cart w/ Oneida Cyclone

    I recently finished my version of a shop vac dust collection cart complete with an Oneida Dust Deputy cyclone. I really like this design for a couple reasons. The whole cart has less and a 2ft x 2ft footprint so it takes up only about a couple more inches of floor space than the vacuum by...
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