sparkimoto: I was just curious about the Blower Motor, Did this come from an electric powered leaf blower!
Dust Extraction Solutions: Very informative clip on homemade dust collector. Keep sharing such kind of work.
Georg Werner: WTF is this doing here?
lexugax: I have a similar blower but I doesn't have enough power.
selador11: You could use the blue filter stuff that is made for shop vacs.
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dsmoney805: Does the bucket fill up quickly?
tomas3rd: so your motor sucks....lol
Otto Belden: Hello,
Check out my blog post, I think I mention the model number there.
samuel Tsai: hello!
This motor is what model .
Otto Belden: Thanks! :-)
ah s: Looking @ dust removal systems, which I only need for small carvings, prices were $300. and up...no thanks-your type set up and style came to mind, only a smaller yet version/blower. Good work! and idea!
Otto Belden: @okkrom Thanks! Maybe I'll make a video and show it sucking up the dust!
Otto Belden: @okkrom
Thanks! It works great, what would you like to see? I can turn it on and film it getting rid of dust? Have you looked at my blog? There is a lot more info there, let me know if you have any questions about his!
Otto Belden: @4vinos
I haven't seen anyone use an AC fan but I'm sure it could work. The nice thing about using a blower motor is the dust is only going through the blower and not the motor. With a fan the fan blade is usually mounted right on the motor shaft and all the dust has to pass over / under / around the motor. If it's not a sealed motor the dust goes into the motor and can mess it up. Also blowers are much better working against back pressure compared to fans.
4vinos: Very good idea, I have heard one can use an air conditioner fan but have not seen this used in a shop.
nsundu123: @OttoBelden I Have Joined as A trainee In A Comapny So Using Some of ur principles too it gave me some Ideas will Update u Cheers
Otto Belden: @nsundu123
Awesome! I'm looking forward to seeing it!
nsundu123: @OttoBelden Yes dude we r Still In Process will update u in wat we r goin to do Cheers :) sure will upload it