Dust Extraction Solutions: Very informative clip on homemade dust collector. Keep sharing such kind of
Otto Belden: @nsundu123 Awesome! I'm looking forward to seeing it! - Otto
Elias Bargee: @OttoBelden I did look (quickly) at your blog. I will give it another
glance. Yeah! lets see it kill some dust hehe... My precise question is:
Can this be a good at the source dust elimination for sanding and grinding?!
tomas3rd: so your motor sucks....lol
Otto Belden: @specialks1953 - No thank you for the suggestions! I appreciate folks
taking a look at my projects and offering suggestions and comments - that's
why I take the time to post them. I'll have a look at the cyclone system
and if I make one I'll post a video and a blog post. Every video I make has
a blog post associated with it, but not every blog post has a video, so you
can check out the blog for updates to whatever it is I am doing. Thanks
samuel Tsai: hello! This motor is what model .
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: @woodentoolcompany Thanks for checking out my video. So far the dust
collector (disperser really) is working great for what I need it for. I
might make a better one now that I have moved into a cleaner neighborhood.
Here my neighbors actually wash their cars and don't appreciate that fresh
cut wood smell a fine coat of sawdust brings. - Otto
4vinos: Very good idea, I have heard one can use an air conditioner fan but have
not seen this used in a shop. Thank you.
Elias Bargee: Love the idea! I know you posted this a while ago but it would be cool to
see it in action.
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
HarriMerivirta: What you don't know what a shopvac is? YDF
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
selador11: You could use the blue filter stuff that is made for shop vacs.
nsundu123: @OttoBelden Thanx Dude I was planning sth Like this but Ur Model made me
Improve my ideas Thanx a Ton
dsmoney805: Does the bucket fill up quickly?
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. - Otto
nsundu123: @OttoBelden Yes dude we r Still In Process will update u in wat we r goin
to do Cheers :) sure will upload it
Georg Werner: WTF is this doing here?
1976senser: good ...se if u can my [ home made tabale panel saw]..i neeed see turbine
Otto Belden: @specialks1953 I built this collector with parts I had in my garage so
essentially the cost to me for this project was $0.00 - I'm sure there are
better ways to go about this but cost was the main objective here. I like
your suggestions and I'll do a little research on dust collection systems!
Otto Belden: @nsundu123 I'm glad that you found my video useful! Send me a link to your
dust collector when you get it built if you decide to put it up on the net.
I'd like to see what you are doing. There is more info on my blog about
this dust collector as well, there are links in the video description.
Thanks for checking out my channel! - Otto
Otto Belden: Thanks for checking out my video. You are right about the container
filling up on big projects, I just do weekend projects and it works for me.
I like your suggestion of removing the particulate filter and leaving the
pool filter. I'll look into that! I called the "fan" I'm using a radial
blower because that is what the MFG of the fan calls it, here is the model
number: McLean engineering 1NB412-115. I'll check out the cyclone system
you mentioned as well.
Otto Belden: Hello, Check out my blog post, I think I mention the model number there.
Otto Belden: Thanks! :-)
lexugax: I have a similar blower but I doesn't have enough power.
Otto Belden: @okkrom Thanks! Maybe I'll make a video and show it sucking up the dust! -
HarriMerivirta: Home made shopvac
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