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Vacuum fitting for Clarke sand blasting cabinet

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This fitting allows you to connect a regular vacuum cleaner to the filter/outlet port on a clarke desktop sand blasting cabinet in order to help suck away the dust and stop it leaking out around the seal on the main door. It has a rotating adjustment ring that lets you alter the strength of the suction so that the main door doesn't wind up getting sucked inwards too much.

This was designed in openSCAD with the assistance of the threads.scad library from Dan Kirshner.

  • 3D file format: STL
  • Publication date: 2020/10/27 at 17:46

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Electronics Engineer from Reading with some Mech.Eng. training. Mostly doing 3D printing for work making assorted parts for high-voltage assemblies but also designing and printing random items I find useful. Strong preference for keeping the entire toolpath open-source but will use commercial software where it's really needed.

I also do a lot of 3D design work for rLab, Reading's hackspace to help with maintaining the supporting the equipment and keeping the building clean.

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