I have the same dust collector.Just got the dust system installed. Still some parts on order. Anyone else run one of these? How you deal with residual dust from the bottom of table saw? Lots dust gets thrown. The planer works great with no issues. Chop saw has some dust slinging also.
I have the same dust collector.
As far as the table saw, your not going to get great dust collection with that style saw. The best way to maximize it would be to build a stand that closes the bottom up and then seal up the opening around the saw, not all of them since you still need airflow but you want the majority of the suction pulling from the blade opening.
Miter saws are damn near impossible to get all the dust. Dust collection is one of the main aspects of any tools I buy and the miter saw I bought had one of the highest rated dust collection I could find without dropping 1600 on a festool and it still isn’t perfect. I plan to build a miter saw station with a hood around the saw to help contain the dust.
These look great man. You should set up an Etsy shop & ask big $$$$.
Honestly, I want to get Christmas presents made and then finish enough to pay for the $200 worth of wood that I bought. Etsy might be the way to do it... 5 boards at 50 bucks would cover wood and shipping (sell with free shipping of course.... Amazon has made everyone believe shipping must be free).These look great man. You should set up an Etsy shop & ask big $$$$.
bolt some wheels on it and you can move them by handWorking on a chicken tractor for my bantams. I looked at some finished tractors online to get ideas and dove in. It's basically just a fenced in box with a little coop on top lol. I will move it with my truck so weight is not an issue.
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Wire on and coop started:
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Door installed and 3 walls. Hardware cloth is for air flow, chicken excrement is full of ammonia so they need a good fresh air source lol
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Made more progress yesterday but didn't take any pics. More to come! The fun part about making things for the farm is that "square" just means as close as you can get it and "finish" means whatever you have on hand lol