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#9
In am working on some small keepsake boxes for my grand kids for Christmas. I am looking for something like this
   
Sometimes it's better to keep your mouth shut, and have the world think you a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.
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#10
I haven't seen those things on a car in ages.  Not sure you can buy them new anymore.  Maybe a junk yard if you are open to recycled parts.  Otherwise, could a narrow detail broom do it for you as a sub?

Auto dust brush
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#11
I'd probably start with something called conveyor brush. It's hit & miss at Amazon, but McMaster has plenty of it.

May not be an exact replacement, but it's pretty close.
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#12
(05-02-2022, 06:59 AM)Gregor1 Wrote: In am working on some small keepsake boxes for my grand kids for Christmas. I am looking for something like this

Google brush type cord slot.  Wide choice of sizes available.  Roly
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#13
Thanks for the responses. I didn't find quite what I need, but at least now I know what I am looking for.
Sometimes it's better to keep your mouth shut, and have the world think you a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.
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#14
(05-02-2022, 04:23 PM)Gregor1 Wrote: Thanks for the responses. I didn't find quite what I need, but at least now I know what I am looking for.

https://www.amazon.com/Q-Legrand-WP1014-...81004&th=1

How big are you looking for? These are available for routing cables out of a wall to a device, not sure if it would do you any good...just showing a possibility.
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#15
I have used the brush in an aluminum extrusion sold for weather-stripping the bottom of doors for keeping metal chips out of a DRO on a metal mill. I shortened the brush length a little and it is working great after a number of years. The brush part of the strip is the bristles held together with a very small metal strip that then slides into the extrusion. You may be able to use this brush part without the rest of the extrusion by glueing it into a kerf in the wood..
Proud maker of large quantities of sawdust......oh, and the occasional project!
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#16
Do a Google search for "linear brush" or "vacuum brush". Youll come up with a number of different configurations and options. I think you can order from Amazon.
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