Part of a larger project. I have a broken Dyson full sized vac and am converting the cyclone part to fit onto my old electrolux shopvac for my woodworking tools (Table saw and Router mainly) that are mounted on a Triton 2000 worktable.
This part is so that I can screw in the electrolux pipe (40mm OD and +-5mm pitch) onto the extraction port of the top piece I removed from the dyson.
However, anywhere you want a bulkhead mounted screw in fitting for a compatible vacuum pipe, this will work fine.
Will update as the project progresses:
UPDATE 16 Oct
Added 2 parts.
1) Bulkhead mounted adapter from full sized Dyson tube clip-on connector to press-fit female adapter. This will allow the cyclonic filter to be connected via the existing Dyson pipe to a bulkhead mounted on the table.
2) Press-fit male to electrolux pipe adapter
This screws onto an Electrolux vac pipe. One short section like this is required (and permanently mounted on) each tool e.g. skill saw, Router or whatever. This fitting is simply pressed into the above bulkhead fitting when you change out a tool.
In the photos you can see the printed part fitted to the Dyson (where the Dyson motor would usually go), one with the vac pipe to the shopvac screwed in and one without. Note, the vac pipe is a left hand thread. You'll notice a gap where the 3d part and the dyson meets, the intention is to fill this with silicone to ensure a air tight joint. I have attached the STL and GCODE file. I sliced it in Cura 2.7 with 1.6mm wall thickness. Printed in PLA at 200C and bet at 60C. The GCODE will show the orientation I used to print. Obviously you can use the STL and slice to suit your printer/material.ect.