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  • mike66
    started a topic Dust Deputy Prices

    Dust Deputy Prices

    Like so many others lately, I too have recently upgraded to a 2 HP CX405 dust collector. As so many others also seem to be doing (as a true cyclone is not in the budget for my small shop), I was looking at the Super Dust Deputy and looking at the Busy Bee flyer (which I will admit expired Mar 11, 2017) and the price was $280 on sale for $269. Looking at the website today, it is now $449 on sale for $399. And you guys thought Festool price increases were crazy. Has anybody still got them any cheaper available in Ontario. Any suggestions greatly appreciated. Thank you.

    Mike

  • callee
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    Originally posted by mike66 View Post
    Jwan12
    unfortunately my summer has gotten away from with golfing and other home projects so the dust deputy is still sitting in the box. I do plan on copying Randy’s design and as I would also like to reduce the footprint as much as possible. My shop is only 200 square feet. Hopefully very soon as golf season comes to an end.
    Mike
    To add on Randy's design, we've had a couple threads now about bleeder lines - it's a quick and easy way to equalise the vacuum inside your barrel so that you can use a plastic bag without having to fuss around with crazy carpets or anything else like that.

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  • mike66
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    Jwan12
    unfortunately my summer has gotten away from with golfing and other home projects so the dust deputy is still sitting in the box. I do plan on copying Randy’s design and as I would also like to reduce the footprint as much as possible. My shop is only 200 square feet. Hopefully very soon as golf season comes to an end.
    Mike

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  • Jwan12
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    Originally posted by al.m..
    This is my old set up,was built from a 2hp king,and had the same footprint as the original.
    Looks good!

    Thanks.


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  • al.m..
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    This is my old set up,was built from a 2hp king,and had the same footprint as the original.
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  • Jwan12
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    Originally posted by Randy in Calgary
    Jwan12

    You can re-arrange the configuration to take up the same (or less) footprint than the standard dust collector on its own.

    https://forum.canadianwoodworking.co...dust-collector

    https://forum.canadianwoodworking.co...th-dust-deputy
    Thanks. I will study it ;)


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  • Randy in Calgary
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    Jwan12

    You can re-arrange the configuration to take up the same (or less) footprint than the standard dust collector on its own.

    https://forum.canadianwoodworking.co...dust-collector

    https://forum.canadianwoodworking.co...th-dust-deputy

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  • Jwan12
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    Originally posted by mike66
    Like so many others lately, I too have recently upgraded to a 2 HP CX405 dust collector. As so many others also seem to be doing (as a true cyclone is not in the budget for my small shop), I was looking at the Super Dust Deputy and looking at the Busy Bee flyer (which I will admit expired Mar 11, 2017) and the price was $280 on sale for $269. Looking at the website today, it is now $449 on sale for $399. And you guys thought Festool price increases were crazy. Has anybody still got them any cheaper available in Ontario. Any suggestions greatly appreciated. Thank you.

    Mike
    I was thinking of getting the same collector and making the conversion to the dust deputy also. Have any photos of your configuration for me ref. I am concerned about the overall footprint in my small shop.


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  • gojaysgo2013
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    Originally posted by Kevin H View Post

    Wow. I've built a larger Pentz cyclone. That price is shocking.
    I know I was shocked too but thought I'd check out having a sheet metal place fab one up
    something for others to consider as well.
    Small shop small town.
    Cash sales go to pizza n coffee on fridays
    Just $40 a 4x8 sheet for those who are brave enough to DIY

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  • Kevin H
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    Originally posted by gojaysgo2013 View Post
    I went to my local sheet metal fab shop and was quoted $90 for an 18" cyclone same basic size as Bill Pentz

    http://billpentz.com//woodworking/cy...n.cfm#foreword

    no neutral vane or air ramp but otherwise the same

    18 guage galvanized tig welded
    $90 no tax next day delivery
    Wow. I've built a larger Pentz cyclone. That price is shocking.

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  • gojaysgo2013
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    I went to my local sheet metal fab shop and was quoted $90 for an 18" cyclone same basic size as Bill Pentz

    http://billpentz.com//woodworking/cy...n.cfm#foreword

    no neutral vane or air ramp but otherwise the same

    18 guage galvanized tig welded
    $90 no tax next day delivery

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  • mike66
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    Dust deputy arrived today by Canada Post from KMS. $239 plus tax and free shipping to Ontario. Thanks again for all the advice. Now to make it work like all the others that have modified their dust collectors.

    Mike

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  • hoshkosh
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    I saw the metal one at the BB in Mississauga on clearance for $299 a few days ago if that helps.

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  • petee_c
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    Originally posted by james
    $239 at KMS. Not sure how much shipping would be though . https://www.kmstools.com/oneida-supe...-outlet-125772
    Boo. Link says $269 now

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  • Glenn from Winnipeg
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    the main rule of on line purchasing seems to be "never stop looking". There is usually always someone with a better price somewhere. Frequently with free shipping and most often without PST. While I prefer to buy locally, the selection is not always there and prices are better elsewhere.

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