Every carpenter is worried about the dust which takes place once they complete their work. They always find a tedious job to clean their workspace. So, in today’s tutorial, we will learn how to make a plywood dust collector and don’t worry, It will be an easy and cost-efficient process.
In the following section of the article, let us walk through the essential supplies to make a plywood dust collector.
- Wooden Ply
- Vacuum Cleaner
- Vacuum Cleaner Pipe
Steps To Make A Plywood Dust Collector
Step 1: The first step is to take a plastic bucket and remove its handle.
Removing the Handles
Step 2: The second step is to opposite the bucket and draws its circular shape online on a wooden plank.
Drawing the Circular Outline
Step 3: Now cut the traced outline by using a jigsaw.
Cutting the Outline
Step 4: Then 3 to 4 plywood and insert the screw in the middle to make a hole.
Adding Plywood and screw
Step 5: Now, place the wooden ply on the bucket as a cover.
Placing the Wooden Cover as a Bucket Cover
Step 6: Keep the vacuum pipe on the wooden ply and mark its outline.
Placing the Pipe Inside
Step 7: Put the Vacuum Cleaner pipe inside the hole and then cover its outer with the help of tape.
Step 8: Simultaneously, cover the inside section of the pipe with tape.
Covering the Inside Section of the Pipe
Step 9: Now, make a hole on the side of the bucket.
Making Hole at Side
Step 10: Place the other end of the vacuum cleaner’s pipe on the side of the bucket.
Fitting the Pipe
Step 11: Apply the tape and stick it with the help tape.
Applying The Tape
Step 12: Connect the pipe connected to the side of the bucket with the vacuum cleaner and turn it on.
Plywood Dust Collector
- We recommend you use a used plastic bucket to help recycle the materials.
Things To Remember
- Make sure you apply the tape appropriately.
Saquib Siddiqui is a Mechanical Engineer with expertise in science projects and experiments. Saquib’s work focuses on integrating scientific concepts with practical applications, making complex ideas accessible and exciting for learners of all ages. In addition to his practical work, Saquib has authored several articles, research papers, and educational materials.