Bandsaw dust collection idea
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Pretty clever idea for catching dust on a bandsaw.  I'm not sure every bandsaw would have the clearance required however.  Video is close to a year old so apologies if this has been posted already.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mivo91Gy1mQ
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#12
  Re: Bandsaw dust collection idea by Juss1 (Pretty clever idea f...)
(04-17-2019, 10:15 AM)Juss1 Wrote: Pretty clever idea for catching dust on a bandsaw.  I'm not sure every bandsaw would have the clearance required however.  Video is close to a year old so apologies if this has been posted already.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mivo91Gy1mQ

Looks like a good solution.
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#13
  Re: Bandsaw dust collection idea by Juss1 (Pretty clever idea f...)
That is pretty clever.  I wonder if it is so close that some dust is still carried through it via the blade's gullet.

Also a neat idea in that video, BTW, is those zero clearance blocks he has built into his throat plate.
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#14
  Re: Bandsaw dust collection idea by Juss1 (Pretty clever idea f...)
Clever indeed. It’d be great on a saw that the blade isn’t changed much if the blade is changed frequently maybe cutting the kerf with a thin kerf TS blade would work better and allow guide adjustment.
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  Re: Bandsaw dust collection idea by Juss1 (Pretty clever idea f...)
(04-17-2019, 10:15 AM)Juss1 Wrote: Pretty clever idea for catching dust on a bandsaw.  I'm not sure every bandsaw would have the clearance required however.  Video is close to a year old so apologies if this has been posted already.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mivo91Gy1mQ

Pretty nifty! Here's a link to the fabrication of that fancy smanchy bandsaw blade insert.  Here's another takeoff on bandsaw dust collection. I didn't have a CNC!

Doug
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#16
  Re: Bandsaw dust collection idea by Juss1 (Pretty clever idea f...)
Not bad.

Rob Cosman has a video on bandsaw dust collection using just a plumbing pipe section. Check that one out too.

Simon
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#17
  Re: Bandsaw dust collection idea by Juss1 (Pretty clever idea f...)
That's quite a bit more sophisticated than my solution.  I repurposed the bandsaw's pivoting lower guide access door: 




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#18
  Re: RE: Bandsaw dust collection idea by Cian (That's quite a bit m...)
(04-19-2019, 02:21 PM)Cian Wrote: That's quite a bit more sophisticated than my solution.  I repurposed the bandsaw's pivoting lower guide access door: 




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  Re: RE: Bandsaw dust collection idea by AgGEM ([quote='Cian' pid='7...)
(04-19-2019, 04:41 PM)AgGEM Wrote: <SCANNING PHOTOGRAPH FOR EVIDENCE OF SAWDUST STOP NONE FOUND STOP CARRY ON> < Wink >

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#20
  Re: Bandsaw dust collection idea by Juss1 (Pretty clever idea f...)
I did a variation of the Rob Cosman on my  14" Delta with the useless vac port that pivots out of the way. I cut off the vac attachment added  1/4"  plywood to the hinged part, and drilled it to allow a vac nozzle to pass thru it. notched the vac tool so the blade fits in the airflow path. Collects almost everything and makes a big difference. I had an extra vac tool from somewhere.
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