michaelsway359: Hi Jord, I like the how too on this but I am unable to get to the plans. Keep getting a 404 not found error. Any chance i can get them??
mushtaq mirza: Nice work well done I like it. Thanks but I have a question if I want to make by my size so what is the formula to cut round? Thanks again Mushtaq Mirza uae
РОМАН СМОЛЯКОВ: Суперррр!
Ted Weddell: Tape the joint together before drilling for the rivets. ;)
Bruce Bochicchio: Same here; link to plans is not working.
Paul Gustar: trying to download plans using the link & all i get is your website with the code 404 Not found & the message "No Results Found The page you requested could not be found. Try refining your search, or use the navigation above to locate the post." Please help..
Bob Bobbie: I used to install vinyl siding so I still have a metal break. next time you make a cone, find a metal break and bend over edges on the joining section of the cone that can lock together and then just be hammered flat for permanent attachment. This will also give a much tighter air secure connection.
telosfd: Oh yeah i gonna "buy" one from the next street. Thanks.
Arthur Nakhushev: looks great, thanks a lot ! but i would suggest giving it some electrical grounding, i heard the static electricity in dust collectors may be strong enough to cause a spark.
JordsWoodShop: As much as I would like to say I sat down and did all the geometry, I based the sizing off of commercially available units
Frank Spillman: Jord, how did you go about sizing your cone? Just copied a commercial one, or some gee whiz calculation? Looks good so far!
JordsWoodShop: thanks, Ill give it a shot next time
JordsWoodShop: Yes Bondo is the same thing
Bike Man Dan: Thanks for the videos. Haven't heard of builders bog before. Is it like Bondo?
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