CNC-STEP / CNC Router and Water Jet Cutting Machines for wood, plastic, metal and other: Great !!! Nice work
proculap montana: nope.
bruno aquaba: Very nice project. the video doesn't really show the details. Is it possible to see the assembly steps. On your website, there is nothing about.
I would try to build one too.
Sam Holborn: that is awesome, bit more detail though would be nice, keep it an keep posting the stuff you make,
Andrew V: Spin me right around \(^.^)/
Cody Conrad: There is a problem I see. The final stage has holes smaller then the input hose. This means there is a potential to clog. I would flip the second cyclone stage around to the top and the primary on the bottom
Bjarne Warming: I just found some details on this project. Have a look at this forum: cnczone.com/forums/woodworking/51385-my_diy_cyclone_dust_collector.html
cha1rtech: Nice project, video would have been better showing the assembly in detail.
Boyan Silyavski: this puts all the commercial units to shame :-)
Kntryhart: Interesting, but what happens to large pieces? Looks like anything larger than an inch or so will not pass through the cyclones; or is this just for fine particles?
andrew michaud: Do multiple smaller cyclones work better than one large cyclone with the same volume? What are you using for the motor and impeller?
servant74: Great job. I looked on your web site but didn't see it there. I would like a little explanation to build my own please.
Dang Le: really cool.
busybjorn: Van afvalbeheer gesproken... :P