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  1. CNC Routing
    I just got done building my 4x4 cnc, plenun and tubing done. Right now I have a lamb motor pulling around ~5”hg at ~90cfm. As it is now I have tubing to route another motor in parallel. I had an idea to make a switcher of sorts to make it possible for the motors to go in series or parallel with...
  2. Tools and Woodworking
    I found most solutions for tying vacuums and cyclones, like the Dust Deputy, cumbersome in appearance and they appeared less efficient than they could be. Every package I see either places the vacuum on the bottom and the Dust Deputy [DD] on top, or the two side by side. With the DD on top...
  3. Jigs and Fixtures
    After the mess of drilling holes for euro hinges in MDF, I decided I needed to get a handle on dust control for the drill press. I purchased a 2 1/2" Flexform Hose that can be bent and contorted to a variety of positions. That was the easy part. The hard part was trying to puzzle out the best...
  4. Table-mounted Routing
    Hi guys/gals I have a Trend T11 Router that is mounted under a Kreg router table most of the time. The bottom (nearest the collet) bearing has packed up in less than 12 months. Any ideas how to extract the dust/chippings from under the table, to prevent them from entering the motor. I work in...
  5. Table-mounted Routing
    I work on a 10x6ft Tekcel router. I am having a lot of problems with throw off of small parts. I believe this is because the vacuum pattern is just 1 inch holes with no connecting channels. Could anyone out there post me a picture of a vacuum plate that works with small parts. I use a 6mm mdf...
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