Awesome dust collection for the workshop without cyclone – better, simpler, cheaper – DIY JIG



For many years I have been using a centrifugal separator or cyclone in my workshop for dust extraction. Although this works quite well, the finest grinding dust still ends up in the vacuum cleaner. This is particularly annoying when the dust bag slips and the filter becomes clogged with grinding dust. For this reason I decided to improve my extraction system and to do without the cyclone separator in the future and to use a filter instead. The production is very simple. Only a board, a tin can and a vacuum cleaner bag are used. The difference to the cyclone is considerable. Now nothing really arrives in the vacuum cleaner and you save yourself the cleaning of the vacuum cleaner. In this video I show how I built this extraction system and demonstrate how the extraction works.

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