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Birdhouse

MPCNC Cyclone Dust Collector

by Birdhouse May 18, 2019
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Looks nice, what motor is this meant to use?

Thank you for your comments.
I like to use a pump motor from work.
It have a 6mm shaft and 24volt because it is
Havy duty I like to try it with 48volts (more rpm).
If you have any other interface let me know and I will update 3d-model.

Cu Birdhouse

Hey cool build, I like the method you have chosen to move the air. I am concerned though, it appears as though your intake/inlet is not efficiently contributing to the rotation of the air flow. The form is great but from the apparent direction of the blower fan blades, the primary air flow would be rotating counter-clockwise while the air coming in from the dust collector merges the cyclone chamber in a clockwise direction. It would seem that this would cause friction and slow the cyclone a little bit.

Thank for your idea to have always the same rotation of the air flow.
Well watched out i will implement in next Update of the Turbine to change blade direction.
I also started a topic in Engineering groupe.

https://www.thingiverse.com/groups/engineering

"The right shape for Vaccum Turbine "

https://www.thingiverse.com/groups/engineering/forums/general/topic:37271

Hopfully i will get more good ideas for the next Update.

Thank you indeed
BR Birdhouse

Thank you for your comments.
I like to use a pump motor from work.
It have a 6mm shaft and 24volt because it is
Havy duty I like to try it with 48volts (more rpm).
If you have any other interface let me know and I will update 3d-model.
Just let me know.
Cu Birdhouse

Looks fantastic! What sort of motor are you planning on using?