I have a dedicated bench for deburring and polishing. as such, I took some special liberties with it that some shops might not be able to afford the room to do. To minimize dust floating, I drilled holes through the bench and attached a PVC piping system to a shop vac. As you can see, I made troughs under the wheels to catch the throw off. This is immediately sucked down and out. The end of the trunk line under the bench was heated with a hot air gun and formed over the shop vac fitting perfectly. On a side note, I grounded the PVC pipe run to eliminate any static electricity issues. Notice I use a small piece of brass sheet as a removable blast gate in the elbow just past the wheel.
Last edited by the.hogman; 01-21-2016 at 11:20 AM.
Very clever and unique solution! Your Deburrer and Polisher Dust Collector is the 'Tool of the Week'!
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What???!!!! I am so honored given the amount of out of the box thinking on this board. Thank you everyone! I consider this to be quite an honor!
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