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    Inca bandsaw

    i would imagine the legs fit from underneath, i haven't got my 3D printer yet to print some to try (still being built at the prusa factory, and it's for xmas... and i can't get to my local hackspace to use theirs atm) Super glue is best for pla. The bloke who designed the insert says it...
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    Inca bandsaw

    I Went back to the guy i bought the bandsaw off today, as he was selling a nice fobco star pillar drill that i just had to have, He gave me the original sales leaflet for the bandsaw that he's found along with the dust extractor hose adaptor that takes it upto a 4 inch /100mm hose. In it is a...
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    Inca bandsaw

    i am amazed that how it works too, i'd think that the guide will be spinning all the time you are cutting, so would have expected a ball bearing in there, But i guess inca knew what they were doing when they made it, that means the whole guide might be one piece, the bit that looks like a...
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    Cheap Remote Controlled Dust Extraction

    Ahhh, good thinking, my contactor is a 2 pole unit, N/O only tho, but it has the ability to use clip on auxiliary contacts, so i could get one of those in a change over or N/C configuration and have that switch the flashing 'waiting for tool' light off when the extractor is running in auto mode.
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    Inca bandsaw

    Ahh, didnt think about if that bit of what look like ally C channel was to stick in the square hole the blade block goes, or is just there for shipping, I presume the grove in the 'bearing' will be ~3mm deep, as that's how wide the fret saw blade is, I can't find any other pictures of the fret...
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    Cheap Remote Controlled Dust Extraction

    And here is the full auto / manual circuit, using an easy to get and cheap 3 position switch (on-off-on, double pole)
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    Cheap Remote Controlled Dust Extraction

    And if we add a delay module to the above circuit, you get the same extractor turning on with any tool on the ring main, but it'll keep going for a few seconds after you stop the tool,
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    Cheap Remote Controlled Dust Extraction

    And here is the most basic version, This gives you a dust extractor that turns on when any tool plugged into the ring main is started up, andthe extractor shuts down as soon as the tool is stopped.
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    Cheap Remote Controlled Dust Extraction

    Spent a while drawing the 'diagrams' This is how i make my circuit diagrams that i put inside the control box of something i've made, so it can be figured out later (usually by me as i've forgotten how i got it to work) hence i draw the components rathe than use the proper electronic symbols.r...
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    Cheap Remote Controlled Dust Extraction

    i need to do a schematic for it asap (to print out and stick inside the box, like i did with the emergency stop system in my metal working shed) i work all these things out in my head as i am wiring them up, but i will draw it out and post it here once i have done so.
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    Cheap Remote Controlled Dust Extraction

    I wanted a fully automatic dust extractor switch unit that starts up when any tool is operated, and shuts off with a delay when the tools stopped, but for a semi fixed system. Being a yorkshire man, i wasn't going to pay out for a ready made unit. I did some re-wiring of the garage when...
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    Dust collection reducer.

    This would be the ideal job for someone with a 3D printer, i'm getting my 3D printer for xmas, and i already have a load of things around the workshop in mind to make on it, machine to hose adaptors being pretty high on the list.
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    Inca bandsaw

    I will definately be printing table inserts, but i don't get my printer till xmas. i've seen a design that prints the prongs that hold it into the table separately... making them printed in the stronger orientation of horizontal printing, you then glue the pegs into the slots in the bottom of...
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    Inca bandsaw

    The 'official' knob has a hex shaped hole in the end, i guess the fence uses a standard M8 long bolt and the knob just pushes on the hex head, i bet it's not a standard 13mm hex headed bolt either, the parts drawings in the instruction book i printed out shows what may be another top hat washer...
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    Inca bandsaw

    I've just bought a 260 bandsaw, made in 1986, i must say so far i'm very impressed with it, it's so light yet sturdy, and cuts straight as a die with a 9mm blade on it, It was well looked after by it's last owner (who had died, i really think the next owner of this bandsaw will get it in the...
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