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  • DIY cyclone dust collector free plans
    DIY cyclone dust collector free plans

    Cyclone separator baffle design by J.P.Thien. Free Plans by / Mazay DIY 13 3D model | Video Tutorial. Materials: • PVC Sewer Knee fi 50 angle 90 degrees • PVC Sewer pipe fi 50 • Bolt M6 x 80 x 3 • Flat Fender washer M6 x 6 • Nut M6 x 6 • Locknut M6 x 3 • Threaded Insert M6 x 2 • Check valve 3/4 • Flange locknut x 2 • Male Threaded Pipe Fitting • PVC Sewer pipe fi 50

  • Thien Baffle for Dust Collector : 21 Steps (with
    Thien Baffle for Dust Collector : 21 Steps (with

    The key is airflow, and what happens if you have a leak (jet of dust of pressurized, sucks in some clean air if vacuum). Outlet of the planer goes into the inlet of the dust separator. Outlet of the dust separator should go to a filter bag, as fine dust is both the hardest to separate and the most damaging to lungs

  • Building a DIY Dust Separator (Thien Cyclone) - Did
    Building a DIY Dust Separator (Thien Cyclone) - Did

    Apr 09, 2015 Building a DIY Dust Separator (Thien Cyclone) Figuring Out How to Connect Everything. I planned to have the separator sit on top of my shop vac, so I can roll them... Cutting Circles for the Lid. The cyclone itself will require three wood circles; I used some scrap plywood. The first... Installing

  • My version of making a Thien Cyclone Separator [with PLANS]
    My version of making a Thien Cyclone Separator [with PLANS]

    Thien Cyclone Separator 03.jpg (156.29 kB, 1310x765 - viewed 921 times.) Thien Cyclone Separator 04.jpg (274.94 kB, 1600x900 - viewed 832 times.) Thien Cyclone Separator plans.jpg (179.86 kB, 2400x1408 - viewed 1066 times.) tet results.jpg (339.56 kB, 1600x900 - viewed 885 times.) _DIY cyclone dust separator plans.pdf (2037.58 kB - downloaded

  • J. Phil Thien's Cyclone Separator Lid w/ the Thien Cyclone
    J. Phil Thien's Cyclone Separator Lid w/ the Thien Cyclone

    The Thien Cyclone Separator Lid w/ the Thien Cyclone Separator Baffle After seeing one sexy cyclone after another (at the various woodworking forums), and with the understanding that cyclone lids aren't true cyclones and don't offer a full cyclone experience, I

  • Building a Thien Cyclone garbage can separator
    Building a Thien Cyclone garbage can separator

    Jan 20, 2011 One of the first was to get a cyclone type separator. I'm notoriously cheap (usually to my detriment), so why buy when I can make one! The most interesting and seemingly workable was the Thien Cyclone Separator. Looking over the pics and reading and re-reading the plans, I decided it was within my capabilities

  • Here's the plans
    Here's the plans

    Jul 17, 2018 If this worked, it might permit a more versatile dust collection solution, where a conventional Thien baffle is used for coarse material, and where the ‘static generator’ is employed on the exterior of the otherwise UNMODIFIED Thien separator during tasks like sanding, where a higher quantity of fines is expected

  • THIEN'S DUST BAFFLE PLANS, ANYONE?? - by mrfixitri
    THIEN'S DUST BAFFLE PLANS, ANYONE?? - by mrfixitri

    Jul 31, 2010 I’ve decided to go ahead with Thien’s design for a dust collector add-on as opposed to the Dust deputy by Rockler. But thanks to all of you that helped with info and web sites. So…I went to Thien’s site to find plans to build one of these. I watched a [very] long video sucking up sawdust

  • Thien Baffle for Dust Collector : 21 Steps (with Pictures
    Thien Baffle for Dust Collector : 21 Steps (with Pictures

    The key is airflow, and what happens if you have a leak (jet of dust of pressurized, sucks in some clean air if vacuum). Outlet of the planer goes into the inlet of the dust separator. Outlet of the dust separator should go to a filter bag, as fine dust is both the hardest to separate and the most damaging to lungs

  • Building a DIY Dust Separator (Thien Cyclone) - Did It Myself
    Building a DIY Dust Separator (Thien Cyclone) - Did It Myself

    Apr 09, 2015 Phil Thien made a DIY dust separator design. A lot of guys have put this together, and it gets great reviews. I was able to make a similar separator using only scrap plywood, some dirt cheap PVC and elbows, and a $2 bucket. Total cost was probably in the neighborhood of $20. So far it’s been working great

  • Build a See-Through Cyclone Dust Separator for Your Shop
    Build a See-Through Cyclone Dust Separator for Your Shop

    Mar 04, 2016 This is an easy-to-build dust separator with a baffle based on J. Phil Thien’s well-known “cyclone” design. It works because the incoming air is forced around the outside wall, where the heavier dust and chips fall through a slot in the baffle, into the large trash can below

  • 15 Cheap DIY Dust Collector Plans | DIY Cyclone Dust
    15 Cheap DIY Dust Collector Plans | DIY Cyclone Dust

    2. Build a See-Through Cyclone Dust Separator. Get here free plans to build a custom DIY cyclone dust collector, will surely impress with its super functional behavior. Make the dust collector using plywood, a trash can, and custom pipe fittings. Next, add it up with a normal shop vacuum to make this see-through cyclone dust collector. makezine. 3

  • Making an Internal Thien Baffle for a HF Dust Collector
    Making an Internal Thien Baffle for a HF Dust Collector

    Feb 24, 2013 I decided to keep it fairly simple: a Thien baffle inside the dust collector’s separator ring, to hopefully keep the dust in the bag and not in the filter. A lot of people have done this mod, but most of them don’t post pictures because it is so simple

  • Building a Cyclone vs a Thien Baffle: pros and cons? - by
    Building a Cyclone vs a Thien Baffle: pros and cons? - by

    Feb 25, 2012 the Wood Magazine plans. It works great. It only consumes 4 square feet of floor space. The benefit of not fussing with a bag dust collector with its need for headroom, the flimsy wheels and top-heavy design make using the cyclone a real pleasure in contrast

  • Centrifugal dust separator
    Centrifugal dust separator

    Centrifugal dust separator A conventional cyclone separator needs a fair amount of vertical height to allow the dust to drop down the cone. An alternative form of cyclone is what is known as a Thien-baffle .In a Thien-baffle, the air spirals in a flat shape from the edge to the center, whereas in a cyclone it moves in more of a helical pattern down the cone and then back up the

  • Homemade cyclone dust separator — Free Plans and 3D
    Homemade cyclone dust separator — Free Plans and 3D

    Mar 30, 2021 Today I will show you how to make a cyclone dust separator with free plans. Fasteners. Materials. Threaded Insert M6 x 4. Bolt M6 x 80 x 3. Bolt M6 x 100 x 2. Flat Fender washer M6 x 8. Nut M6 x 6. Locknut M6 x 3