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A Cyclone for your Vacuum - Step By Step [Project]
posted September 22 2014 16:52.06 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Its an amazing video from Cosmas Bauer. First of all, many people do not know what a cyclone dust extraction system actually is, and second you can see how easy is to make one! And you can save energy, time and of course vacuum bags!

Building a baffeled cyclone that can be used with a shop vac or even a standard vacuum cleaner to use it as a shop vac or save on filter bags. The cyclone unit cost around 15 euros to build, bucket included.





And here is the demonstration video

[Link: Cosmas B]
 
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