On sale: Shop Fox D2267 Dust Collection Nozzle with Heavy Duty Stand

Shop Fox D2267 Dust Collection Nozzle with Heavy Duty Stand

Shop Fox D2267 Dust Collection Nozzle with Heavy Duty Stand
This “take it with you” attaches to your so you can quickly & easily get rid of dust at machines & work stations everywhere in the . The cast rotates a full 360 degrees & can be angles up to 180 degrees in any position from straight up to straight down. Locking adjusts up & down from 24″ to 43 1/2″. measures 1 1/2″ x 12 1/2″ & has a 4″ OD port opening. Steel stand and tubes.

  • 1-1/8-Inch by 12-1/2-Inch
  • 4-Inch diameter
  • 24-Inch – 43-1/2-Inch tall
  • Angle 180 Degree any position
  • 360 Degree rotation

List Price: $ 62.40

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Steve's Workshop Tour - Part 1 of 2

Just a tour of my shop. Maybe you can pick up some ideas for your own woodshop. This is part one of two.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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    • Gary L Lorraine
    • July 30, 2013
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Have the bandages ready!, April 9, 2012
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    Gary L Lorraine (Fairport, New York, US) –

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    This review is from: Shop Fox D2267 Dust Collection Nozzle with Heavy Duty Stand (Tools & Home Improvement)

    You need to handle the parts with care, there are many sharp, jagged edges (these could easily have been removed during manufacturing). The holes in the top of the mounting post and the top piece that holds the chute do not even come close to matching up. Once you have it reworked/assembled, and cleaned up the blood, you will find that it does not do a good job of collecting dust, even when connected to a high volume dust collection system. I replaced the yellow chute with a lathe dust hood and it works well and also improves the mobility of the dust hood system.

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    • dayle majury
    • July 30, 2013

    hey Steve, do you woodwork just as a hobby or do you work as a woodworker/carpenter etc… just curious because id like a job in woodworking but id love it if i could possibly do it at home

    • Firas Faham
    • July 30, 2013

    Hey Steve I like your workshop, you seem to be well organised. I had a workshop in Boynton Beach Florida – it was inside the garage house – I got many tools from ebay, used and clearance, and original such as from Sears, Walmart, Home Depot, other. I like and enjoy doing my own projects at home.

    • CannedHam6
    • July 30, 2013

    Oh, can I have your cat? I like brown cats.

    • Nick Wolfe
    • July 30, 2013

    i love your truck i have a custom deluxe!

    • stubryanfull
    • July 30, 2013

    check out the “how to make a cheap and sturdy workbench” video he posted it is the same construction

    • Wood Work Living
    • July 30, 2013

    can you pleeeease please pleeease make a video on how you built the island table!?

    • stubryanfull
    • July 30, 2013

    your very fourtunate to have such a large space and its nice to know that you are utalizing it to its maximum potential

    • william Gillis
    • July 30, 2013

    i thought you had a lathe

    • scott harwood
    • July 30, 2013

    in you work bench

    • scott harwood
    • July 30, 2013

    all you need to do now is drill a hole for beer

    • scott harwood
    • July 30, 2013

    to get the small number out of the loft why not make a pole like the ones used to collar dog so you can lach it on to the wood and pull it out enough to grab a hold of it as for the sheet goods i have no idea i love your videos

    • Maxid1
    • July 30, 2013

    You reminded me while you were talking about the tool hutch that the first of your videos that I saw was the tribute to Norm Abram.

    • MisterSoul99
    • July 30, 2013

    NIce Tour Steve, I took an idea or two such as the wall of paint cans, One change I would like to make is more lights though my garage door would block most when up.

    • DerBubboTea
    • July 30, 2013

    @kwingww you are correct even i searched for 2 weeks for a better wood working plans to modify my home. but a friend of mine working with Top Class furnitures said these designs are the main models for attractive wooden furnitures and wooden crafts. get the best one here => bit.ly/LH3o9y?=asefzi

    • kingcookie8
    • July 30, 2013

    Our cats called Kitty too!!

    • Henrik Stordahl
    • July 30, 2013

    I LOVE YOU!

    • Ian Madigan
    • July 30, 2013

    I have a 15×10 foot workshop wooden shed ordered and am awaiting delivery would that size be ok for a woodshop?

    • Guy Regular
    • July 30, 2013

    Search: “Finished Garage With MaxJax 2 Post Lift” for a guided tour of a remodeled garage interior, plenty of ideas you might like,storage, workbench, heating, floors and more!

    • Arcadio Varela
    • July 30, 2013

    it looks exactly like mine hahaha!

    • Marc Lewis
    • July 30, 2013

    Lose the lunch box screamer.

    • ForgedinShadow2
    • July 30, 2013

    Nice truck and a really nice shop my friend!

    • rinkmeifucan
    • July 30, 2013

    HELO, THANK YOU FOR YOUR WORK SHOP VEDIO. I LOVE IT AND IT IS VERY CLEAN WHICH IS MY PASSION TO KEEP SPIK AND SPAN. I AM PLANING TO ARRENGE SIMILAR WORK SHOP LIKE YOURS.
    THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN. MURALI MADUPU HYDERABD INDIA

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