John Foale: Just went to download the plans found the site closed can I download from anywhere else? John
William Cook: Great video series. Found the plans over on your website. Thanks for the post.
CW Pimblett: Really like the way you present and the detailed description of what you are doing to help beginners. Keep up the good work you are really helping people :)
Butsuma Butsudans: thank's for sharing!
keep up the great work!
JordsWoodShop: I agree with you, but for $50 I dont think you can go wrong.
This build is now finished (last video this weekend) and I have done several tests with very fine dust to big hand plane shavings and it has proved to be very efficient.
Jan Szymon Gołowacz: Yes you have right- this should work, not to be to complicated math. But to work good nead several rule.
I nead a smal dust colector, new one cost some about 350$, then i must calculated good- material, and proportion to know if I profitable to build. If i put 100$ and i do get efficient enough or not. In your case- you have demision from old one- then is beter.
JordsWoodShop: Just uploaded and the link is in the description
Paul Radford: Are the plans available yet, cant see the on the site?
JordsWoodShop: That is just the existing fence that came with the router turned upside down with a block of wood that has a nail poking out of it screwed onto it.
Olly Parry-Jones: How does the trammel for your router work? I mean, what does it use as a pivot pin?
JordsWoodShop: To be honest I didn't, I took a few measurements from other cyclones that are on the market and based my dimensions from them and it all worked out fine. Just to be clear this is not a a build that provides you with a "scientifically designed" cyclone, its just a cyclone that works and works well for the everyday wood-shop.
Jan Szymon Gołowacz: How You calculated the performance-ratio of the diameter to the height, the size of holes, etc?
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