What do you do when you want to collect dust from more than one tool with a single vacuum? Well, you could switch the hose back and forth. Or, if you’re like Ron Paulk, you build a manifold from inexpensive blast gates and plumbing fittings.
Home-Made and Modified Tools
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Vacuums and Dust Collection
The name of this new line of vacuums may be familiar, but the form factor and features...
Part toolbox, part work bench, and part golf cart—this one-of-a-kind contraption is all...
This manufactured trailer has all the bells and whistles and appears to do everything...
OSHA’s proposed silica rule may mean you’ll do more of your work with tools like these.
This is the first model from a company based outside of Europe to offer a system of...
You could buy a fancy pants micro-blaster. Or, you could do this.
This 7 1/4-inch saw uses cyclonic action and a washable filter to collect dust without...
These locks can be “programed” on the jobsite to match the key from your vehicle.
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