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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-18-2020, 02:30 PM Thread Starter
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Default New tool for me - Drillnado

I got this on Amazon - and it works fantastic for me.
I recently used the drill press for a project and it was a big mess of dust.
(My drill press is a Ryobi - (similar in design to many other drill presses)
So to help with the dust collection - I got this -
DRILLNADO - for $50
4.1 out of 5 stars
It Works on drill press quills with a diameter of 2.6" or less
Snap to Remove the lower housing to easily change bits
Acrylic guard provides clear view of bit
Works with up to a 35 mm or 1 3/8" forstner bits
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Making sawdust regularly, occasionally a project is completed.
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Nice ship-shape shop you have, Randy!
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Well organized shop you have there . Neat setup for the drillpress also , but I’d even be happy with a clamp holding a shop vac hose close to the centre

I don’t always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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Nice ship-shape shop you have, Randy!
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Well organized shop you have there . Neat setup for the drillpress also , but I’d even be happy with a clamp holding a shop vac hose close to the centre
Totally agree with that. Excellent.

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I have one I bought about 4 years ago. I found it worked good with regular twist bits. With Forstner bits, it clogged up and couldn’t clear the chips. I’m interested to see if there are any improvements.
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I bought one of these at a wood show several years ago. It really sucks up the chips but after using I found it had packed the drill chuck absolutely full of chips, to the point the key would hardly open the jaws! Was a real pain to blow all the chips and sawdust out and get the chuck working smoothly again. I really did like the way it minimized the dust/chips mess but not sure the gain was worth the pain.
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