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DE7777 - Dewalt Dust Extraction Kit, 100mm Connection unit?

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by tombutler, 22 Oct 2008.

  1. tombutler

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    Hi,

    Got a De7777 100mm extraction unit for free. Having googled for sometime I can't see anything to plug the 100mm adaptor to? Has anybody got any innovative ideas on what to do with it?

    The De7778 comes with a 35mm adaptor so I guess it should be easy to attach that to a cheapo vacuum I've seen in Asda, even if some gaffer tape is required :LOL:

    mtmc.co.uk offer the above adaptor as a standalone product for around 7 quid inc postage. But in these hard times it would be nice to have a (cheaper) solution to go with the 100mm adaptor in my possession.

    Cheers.

    T
     
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  3. Infiltraitor

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    Have a look for workshop dust extraction units such as this for a machine that uses 100mm hoses.

    They also do a 100 to 50mm adaptor there, and before you ask; no I don't work for them!
     
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    That is the standard size. All woodwork workshop eqipment has dust extraction nozzles at 100mm, table saws planer/thicknessers etc
     
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