Cyclone Filter

by Dronnn, published

Cyclone Filter by Dronnn Mar 17, 2018
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This cyclone filter is designed for printing on a 3D printer. I recommend printing with 0.2mm layer, because there is a carving. Filter height 305mm. Inlet and outlet pipes are designed for 40 mm diameter pipes. The flange has 6 holes for bolting M6.


if you need source files, you are welcome here: https://grabcad.com/library/cyclone-filter-1

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I recommend printing with 0.2mm layer, because there is a carving.

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Awesome design, thanks! Any chance you could publish the source files (STEP, Fusion360 etc)? I'd like to change the size of the inlet to a different diameter if possible.

Thank you very much! I've looked at other vortexes on Thingiverse and yours is the best designed IMO.

id like to see how you have attached this to a shop vac. or if you made a vacuum. also how do you empty this after it does fill? a short video of it working would be very Kool! great job it looks to be a great design! thanks for sharing!

Fit perfect to my needs.
Haven't printed yet but uploaded it to Cura.

Wondering if I can print the TOP without support?
I flipped it 90° as it's going to lay flat on the top surface.

Are you printing the spiral in the inner section with bridging?

Detail "Top" is printed without support. Thread orientation is up. The spiral turned out normal.

What is the usage/application?

Vacuuming stuff up that is dusty. Without one of these, the shop vac filter will get clogged quickly, reducing suction power. This is pretty much an equivalent to the commercial products like the dust deputy.

would this work for the dust collection from a table saw? if i can just mount it on top of a bucket, not having to use expensive shop vac bags for saw dust would be amazing

I think everything will be OK.

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