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A fixed system should be in place which has a couple of outlets with blast gates and flex hoses to connect wood working power tools as needed.  
 
A fixed system should be in place which has a couple of outlets with blast gates and flex hoses to connect wood working power tools as needed.  
  
Since we only have machines with small extraction outlets < 60mm the large 4ich pipe dust collector is useless.  
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Since we only have machines with small extraction outlets < 60mm the large (4 inch / 100mm) dust collector is useless.  
  
 
Find a cheap, used shop vac with automatic switch on.  
 
Find a cheap, used shop vac with automatic switch on.  

Revision as of 15:09, 1 January 2020

Our workshop should have a dust collection system for woodworking.

A fixed system should be in place which has a couple of outlets with blast gates and flex hoses to connect wood working power tools as needed.

Since we only have machines with small extraction outlets < 60mm the large (4 inch / 100mm) dust collector is useless.

Find a cheap, used shop vac with automatic switch on. Or build own housing for an vacuume motor with an automatic switch. (https://www.amazon.de/Eltako-4825410-AR12DX-230V-Stromrelais/dp/B001BBZVU6/ref=sr_1_25?keywords=Einschaltautomatik&qid=1577803443&sr=8-25)

Connect vaccum to a zyklon dust seperator. Run some pipes from the zyklon to 1 or 2 wall plugs where a flex hose can be connected (https://www.amazon.de/Original-K%C3%A4rcher-Universal-Schlauchkupplung-Plus-Staubbeutel-Profi%C2%AE/dp/B07254F29R/)

https://www.mersch-reinigungstechnik.de/shop/wg/nass-trockensauger/muffen-und-adapter/