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11-10-2014 08:24 AM
vzbingo Nice clean setup Chris.
11-09-2014 07:32 AM
Woodalyahave
Dust Deputy Update

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Originally Posted by Woodalyahave View Post
Just started working on my Harbor Freight DC Super Dust Deputy upgrade.
Finally got everything attached to the ceiling and now I'm working on the main line.
09-30-2014 04:15 PM
Woodalyahave
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Originally Posted by vgraves View Post
I did basically the same thing using a Harbor Freight DC and a Wynn C1425C filter. The system works great. I don't get any chips in the filter bag unless I let the chip bin fill up.

In this type of arrangement, the switch for the dust collector becomes inaccessible, or at least not very convenient, so I would highly recommend some sort of remote control for the dust collector. I use a Penn State Lone Ranger.

Van
Nice set-up Van! I totally forget to mention the cost of the Longer Ranger 3.
09-30-2014 10:56 AM
Woodalyahave
Lungs

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Originally Posted by Woodchuck1957 View Post
Well either you have been misled like many others, or you are assuming.
Just being silly. I know that my dust collection system has nothing to do with keeping the microscopic particles out of my lungs. That's what an air cleaner and wearing a respirator are for. My current system will just allow me to spend a little less time sweeping up the missed sawdust.
09-30-2014 08:39 AM
Woodalyahave Charlie,
So far here are the rough numbers.
Wynn Nano $177
Harbor Freight $150
Super Dust Deputy $169
6" to 5" reducer $7
Plasti-dip spray $6
TOTAL $509
Minus lung transplant $750,000
so I figure I'm way ahead so far!
09-30-2014 08:05 AM
Woodchuck1957 What do you figure that your total cost is going to be with the DC, the SDD, and the pleated filter ?
09-30-2014 06:13 AM
vgraves I did basically the same thing using a Harbor Freight DC and a Wynn C1425C filter. The system works great. I don't get any chips in the filter bag unless I let the chip bin fill up.

In this type of arrangement, the switch for the dust collector becomes inaccessible, or at least not very convenient, so I would highly recommend some sort of remote control for the dust collector. I use a Penn State Lone Ranger.

Van
09-29-2014 12:55 PM
vzbingo
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Originally Posted by Woodalyahave View Post
Hey Doug, I tried to upload more pics from my phone when I uploaded this post but they didn't work so I'll try again. I plan on using the Wynn nano filter and I'm still building the rest of the collection system so I'll update as I can.
Chris, if you can rotate the pictures with a photo editor, they'll be much easier to see. Looking forward to them.
09-29-2014 12:47 PM
luxlarry You found this at Harbor Freight? Tell me more, please.
09-29-2014 09:03 AM
Woodalyahave Hey Rick, Back to the Future was one of my favorite movies. I guess it would give a whole new meaning to eat my dust.....I guess we would have to say suck my dust if we put it on a Delorian.
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