Time for a break.

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by AllanRW, Jul 18, 2003.

  1. AllanRW

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    Holy S
     
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    eye spy with my little eye a crap load of router bits [​IMG]


    congrats on that great looking production line you got going there, so are those all for your self or are you selling them?
     
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    Allan:

    So are you planning on selling a lot of speakers or having one hell of a surround system?

    Parker
     
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    Where'd you get that sweet looking shaper table in the first picture? [​IMG] Got that thing up and running, yet? It would do short work of all those roundovers...

    Dan Wiggins
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  7. AllanRW

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    No I have to get a new thoat plate made for the Lock miter bit to work.
    But I am wiring it this weekend.
    And thanks to a man named DAN.

    And this will make life a lot easyer.
    Notice the 6" PVC going to it.
    I have that line all made split in 2.One will draw from the bottom and then one from the top same as my router table.
    I can cut lock miter all day long and have no more than a few table spoons of dust.

    But next investment will be a cyclone 100% for sure.
    http://www.woodsucker.com/index.htm
     
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    How much wood could a Woodsucker suck if a Woodsucker could suck wood?
     
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    I noticed that 6" line to it. Gonna make LOTS of dust with that thing!

    Cyclones are great - a shop I used to work at had one, and boy did it help out with keeping the bags clean. We also used garbage bags in it, to pre-bag all the dust - just use a few large pieces of wood at the bottom to hold it down so it doesn't get sucked into the exhaust...[​IMG]

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  10. AllanRW

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    YA
    The single stage works ok with the 1 micron 64" bag on it.Lucky I have the tall ceiling in the garage.
    But the dust is also under control from a ceiling mounted air cleaner I made
    http://quicksitebuilder.cnet.com/wrn...lding/id7.html
    I also put plug in out lets on the side of this air cleaner.So as when I am routering free hand I use the 4" collector adapted to the 621 Dewalt and the cord is above me and the air is drawn up to the cleaner.
    So any loose dust is grabbed asap.

    Now the new table saw with the 52" fence that is saving some time.

    Got to make a few sub cabinets this weekend for Bob for the 6" twin and the PR along with a few Shiva kits.They sell out fast.
    The 17" and 21" not moving fast as the 14" does.
    Next going to try the TB and the PR in that cabinet.


    Al
     

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