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Solid deal on a woodshop dust collection system that will work on 115 or 230 V supply. Probably not powerful enough to run all your tools at the same time, but can easily handle 2 at a time (table saw, planer, router table, jointer, etc.) if plumbed well with blast gates.

Seems like standard price is around $600, with this being the lowest price ever per 3xCamels.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004T86NAK/
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Many of the Black Friday deals I bought last year are actually dust collectors as well
It's a dust collector. It goes in your woodshop, where it either collects dust, or collects dust.
Those have regular bag filters. Canister filters like the Amazon usually run an additional ~$200 aftermarket

Edit: I've thought about doing with the hf one too because it'll go for $180 on sale, but by the time you add a canister filter and upgrade the impeller, you might as well buy the jet. At least you'll probably get better build quality and qc

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$467.49

https://www.woodcraft.com/product...-1100vx-bk

https://www.rockler.com/jet-vorte...bag-filter

Seems this might be a Jet managed sale?

All three options have free shipping.


I've been holding out on the next Harbor Freight discount for their dust collector.

$210
https://www.harborfreight.com/2-hp-industrial-5-micron-dust-collector-97869.html

With the intention or modifying it similar to what Stumpy Nubs or any of the other YouTubers have recommended.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oosMqnORR6k
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$467.49

https://www.woodcraft.com/product...-1100vx-bk

https://www.rockler.com/jet-vorte...bag-filter

Seems this might be a Jet managed sale?

All three options have free shipping.


I've been holding out on the next Harbor Freight discount for their dust collector.

$210
https://www.harborfreight.com/2-h...97869.html
Those have regular bag filters. Canister filters like the Amazon usually run an additional ~$200 aftermarket

Edit: I've thought about doing with the hf one too because it'll go for $180 on sale, but by the time you add a canister filter and upgrade the impeller, you might as well buy the jet. At least you'll probably get better build quality and qc
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Those have regular bag filters. Canister filters like the Amazon usually run an additional ~$200 aftermarket

Edit: I've thought about doing with the hf one too because it'll go for $180 on sale, but by the time you add a canister filter and upgrade the impeller, you might as well buy the jet. At least you'll probably get better build quality and qc
Your right about them being bag filters and this one being a canister. I missed that. I was actually in the middle of editing my post when you posted yours. I referenced some changes that Stumpy Nubs recommends.
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Those have regular bag filters. Canister filters like the Amazon usually run an additional ~$200 aftermarket

Edit: I've thought about doing with the hf one too because it'll go for $180 on sale, but by the time you add a canister filter and upgrade the impeller, you might as well buy the jet. At least you'll probably get better build quality and qc
First off, thanks to the OP for posting a deal on a dust collector.

To bavm, I totally agree on the HF dust pump. By the time you "upgrade" the HF dust collector to something decent, you have spent as much as if you had just bought a dust collector from a quality manufacturer. Plus, you have wasted all of that time Frankensteining together a dust collector instead of using your tools to make something of lasting value!

My only problem with this Jet is it doesn't have a cyclone before the impeller. Adding a Super Dust Deputy 5" will add about $180, plus the cost of the bucket under the deputy, bringing your total to ~$680 depending on that bucket. For about $800, I'm considering the Grizzly G0860, which includes everything in a single package and has a remote switch.
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Many of the Black Friday deals I bought last year are actually dust collectors as well
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$467.49

https://www.woodcraft.com/product...-1100vx-bk

https://www.rockler.com/jet-vorte...bag-filter

Seems this might be a Jet managed sale?

All three options have free shipping.


I've been holding out on the next Harbor Freight discount for their dust collector.

$210
https://www.harborfreight.com/2-h...97869.html

With the intention or modifying it similar to what Stumpy Nubs or any of the other YouTubers have recommended.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oosMqnORR6k
So I have the harbor freight(169$). I bought a delta or maybe a grizzly my brain isn't working great right now fan that is much higher tolerance (you can tell I promise you)(105$ with shipping). Apparently they generally don't want to ship you one but if you just say you need replacement part xyz they will ship it. Lastly I bought a high flow pleating .5 micron filter to go ontop. Believe that was (200$). Frankly the best setup I could of done for the price point. I still wear a mask but I don't feel as nervous about low micron stuff getting through the filter. Every once in a while I take the filter off and using compressed air and a shop vacuum to suck out the inside of the pleat and it's good as new.
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First off, thanks to the OP for posting a deal on a dust collector.

To bavm, I totally agree on the HF dust pump. By the time you "upgrade" the HF dust collector to something decent, you have spent as much as if you had just bought a dust collector from a quality manufacturer. Plus, you have wasted all of that time Frankensteining together a dust collector instead of using your tools to make something of lasting value!

My only problem with this Jet is it doesn't have a cyclone before the impeller. Adding a Super Dust Deputy 5" will add about $180, plus the cost of the bucket under the deputy, bringing your total to ~$680 depending on that bucket. For about $800, I'm considering the Grizzly G0860, which includes everything in a single package and has a remote switch.
Jet does make a separate cyclone component https://www.woodcraft.com/product...or-kit-jet
I understand that still is more to buy, and puts it closer to the Grizzly price, but the Jet has the option for 6" port (or 2x4"), higher CFM, and can run at 220V.
Just wanted to throw more data in, I myself just bought this deal. 506 after tax, even if I add the cyclone kit it'll be ~700. The grizzly after tax, freight shipping, and lift gate service, with a 5% coupon is $870.
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Already purchased way too many "dust collectors" from slickdeals.
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Let me backup and say thanks to the OP as well...!
I am running a Maker Made Maslow 4x8 CNC and I make a ton of dust.
Plus all the woodworking equipment that I use alongside this.
So my next >$200 purchase is going to be a dust collector.

Currently I am running a Ridgid Shop Vac through a bang good small cyclone.
That kinda works but I need "More Power"

This is what I was looking at:

$180.00 - HF 2HP dust collector
$232.00 - Wynn MERV 15 canister filter
= $412
This would actually get me down to 1 micron vs the 2 micron here.

I had considered the larger Dust Deputy cyclone but I'm concerned that these <2HP dust collectors don't seem to have the power to really support that.

Now I'm looking for a reason not to buy this Jet..!
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Jet does make a separate cyclone component https://www.woodcraft.com/product...or-kit-jet
I understand that still is more to buy, and puts it closer to the Grizzly price, but the Jet has the option for 6" port (or 2x4"), higher CFM, and can run at 220V.
Just wanted to throw more data in, I myself just bought this deal. 506 after tax, even if I add the cyclone kit it'll be ~700. The grizzly after tax, freight shipping, and lift gate service, with a 5% coupon is $870.
That Jet is the most interesting cyclone I have seen.

Continuing our comparison.
The intake on the Grizzly is 6" according to the specs. Can't really compare cfm since the Grizzly has a cyclone which will reduce cfm but they're in the ballpark with each other. The remote switch is a nice added value to the Grizzly that will add to the Jet's final cost.
You are right about the 120/240 option being a plus to the Jet. I even reached out to Grizzly a few weeks ago to ask if the 120v G0860 could be converted to 240 but they said no. Not sure why. May just void Grizzly's warranty but that's enough of a reason not to do it.


https://www.grizzly.com/products/...S0QAvD_BwE

Edit: You only have 5.4% sales tax? I'm sitting here in LA (the state) at 9%!
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This or Rockler 650, 1250? Please advise
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That Jet is the most interesting cyclone I have seen.

Continuing our comparison.
The intake on the Grizzly is 6" according to the specs. Can't really compare cfm since the Grizzly has a cyclone which will reduce cfm but they're in the ballpark with each other. The remote switch is a nice added value to the Grizzly that will add to the Jet's final cost.
You are right about the 120/240 option being a plus to the Jet. I even reached out to Grizzly a few weeks ago to ask if the 120v G0860 could be converted to 240 but they said no. Not sure why. May just void Grizzly's warranty but that's enough of a reason not to do it.


https://www.grizzly.com/products/...S0QAvD_BwE

Edit: You only have 5.4% sales tax? I'm sitting here in LA (the state) at 9%!
5.5% outside city limits in Nebraska =)

Good catch on the Grizzly 6" inlet, weird how they bullet-point the 2x4" but only mention 6" under specs.
Grizzly comes with a 1micron filter, vs 2 on the Jet.
Remote switch for the jet, 240v is ~80.
If I was within reasonable distance of a Grizzly store, I'd probably buy that since thatd cut the freight+liftgate off the price.
One review of the Grizzly mentioned hoisting the motor on top with an engine hoist, so that might be a good thing to look into: do you have the equipment or beer-paid friends to help hoist.
And yeah, that Jet cyclone is an oddball, stinks its only 4" as well. Doesn't seem to be a lot of reviews out on it.
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