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Dust Collector

Discussion in 'CNC Routing & Laser Cutting' started by mtmdesigns, Jun 28, 2006.

  1. mtmdesigns

    mtmdesigns Active Member

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    Just wanted to see if anyone has any good ideas or what u use for dust collecting with your cnc's.
     
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    andy Active Member

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    We have two- one hooked up to the Z axis and one for table clearing. If you have a vac bed then keeping the thing clean is a chore but a must do.

    We use a couple of Ryobi industrial extractors with 4" hoses which dump straight into a bag. These were about £100 each and well worth it- hardly anything to go wrong with em so they last forever.
     
  3. jayhawksigns

    jayhawksigns Very Active Member

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    We got a unit from Grizzly, good product and can't complain about it.

    I recommend Grizzly for most of the heavier shop equipment, bandsaws, shears, drill presses, etc.
     
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    mtmdesigns Active Member

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    thanks
     
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    gerald Member

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    My AXYZ came with a dust collector that surrounds the bit and an overhead hose takes it out of the room.
     
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    mtmdesigns Active Member

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    looks all good i was kind of looking for something custom or a little more advanced. i have 2 multicam's and one has the 2 heads so i have the pvc pipe running up the wall and connecting with flex from the ceiling it just doesn't seem to work that well.
     
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