Discount: 2 1/2″- 3 FT TO 20 FT E Z Flex Dust Collection Hose By Peachtree Woodworking PW515

2 1/2″- 3 FT TO 20 FT E Z Flex Dust Collection Hose By Peachtree Woodworking PW515

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Extend the EZ up to approx. 6 times it17;s original length and retract it back to it17;s original size when not in use! This makes EZ Flex hose perfect for any size workshop. Maneuver in, out and around your shop machines without worrying about the amount of slack on the hose. The hose works with standard 1/4; dust collection fitting sizes

  • Extends up to approx. 6X it’s original length
  • Retracts to it’s original size when not in use
  • Hose works with standard 2 1/2″ dust collection fittings

List Price: $ 41.99

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Question by TallManSouth: How to enlarge scale drwings for woodworking?
I’m relatively new to woodworking..and have a plan for a chair I want to build. The plan says R;every block equals one inch”…I get that, but how do I enlarge the scale drawing to full size so I can cut a template? If this is obvious, I’m just missing it. Thanks!

Best answer:

Answer by William M
There’s two ways. One, get a sufficiently large piece of paper, draw vertical and horizontal lines one inch apart, and hand draw the shape using the scale drawing as a guide. If you plan on doing alot of that type of thing, an architectual supply can sell you 100 foot rolls of graph paper.

Or, you can buy a Pantograph. That instument can be set to a ny particular ratio. There are lead points that you use to trace the small drawing. The second lead point draws the larger line. You will need a reasonably large flat table to anchor the Pantograph to.

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    • A. Weed
    • January 3, 2014
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great 2.5 inch hose for cleaning the shop, December 26, 2012
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    A. Weed (Michigan) –
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    This review is from: 2 1/2″- 3 FT TO 20 FT E Z Flex Dust Collection Hose By Peachtree Woodworking PW515 (Misc.)

    I have 4 inch dust collection ducts, and I was using a 4″ size hose 4″ 3 FT TO 20 FT E Z Flex Dust Collection Hose By Peachtree Woodworking PW517 to clean my shop floor. The 4″ size allows for good volume of suction, but is too heavy and cumbersome to move around the shop and store. So I switched to a 2.5″ diameter hose. It is lighter and easier to get around the shop.

    This hose is great for storing since it condenses down to 3 feet, but long enough at 20 feet so I don’t have switch between too many ports to get around the shop.

    The only negative I have found is that the plastic casing it not as durable as I would like. I am sure I can’t have it both ways with a hose that retracts so short and for it to also have more durable plastic. However, the anti-skid sand in my floor paint does wear away at the hose easier than I’d like. One good thing is that this hose is lighter than my old 4 inch hose, so it does not wear away as quickly as the heavier hose did.

    I also attached shop vacuum tubes to the end of the hose for cleaning around the shop and giving it a little more reach. Using shop vac tubes also allows me to use my current shop-vac accessories with the tubes, thereby saving me money by not buying more accessories.

    I used squeeze clamps to hold the hose to the reducer fitting and to the shop-vac tubes.

    Here is the list if items I used so you are aware of compatible parts:
    Shop-Vac 9068400 2.5-Inch by 40-Inch Extension Wands
    2-piece Double Loop Squeeze Hose Clamp for 2-1/2″ Dust Collection Hose
    2-1/2″ O.D. Hose to 4″ O.D. Quick-Connect Dust Collection Fitting

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    • Dan Briggs "woodworker"
    • January 3, 2014
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    careful, July 28, 2011
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    Dan Briggs “woodworker” (CA, USA) –
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    This review is from: 2 1/2″- 3 FT TO 20 FT E Z Flex Dust Collection Hose By Peachtree Woodworking PW515 (Misc.)

    this thing is so tight that u can’t get the connectors for the vacuum and tools to thred in, very much a pos but I will keep trying cause I like the retractability.

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    • iroc70
    • January 3, 2014

    Hi:

    First off count the total squares on the drawing. Going first from the top to the bottom when you get that value write it down. Then going right to left count the total square when you get that value write it down. ( for example a 25 by 25 grid with each square equals 1 inch) starting on the right hand side of the board and from the top of the board go 25 inches to the bottom of the board. marking out each inch as go than from top of the board to the bottom , then from that marked line line go 25 inches going right to left marking each inch off as you go to the end at the 25 inch mark. When your done you should have a grid that is 25 inches square. than look a each square in your drawing and try to make a line that is in your draw the same shape as the draw but on the 25 inch grid What your doing is make a enlarge copy of your pattern at the same scale as the 25 inch grid ( if the drawing is 4 square long than the template will be 4 inches long )

    Hope this helps

    • Charlie
    • January 3, 2014

    There are several methods I use to enlarge, or reduce, a drawing/pattern.

    One is to use the computer to resize. This works best for smaller projects.

    You can use a copy machine or take the pattern to an office shop, like Kinko’s, and have them enlarge it to the size/scale you want.

    You can use the “Grid” method. Here’s a great article explaining it.
    http://www.ehow.com/how_12732_enlarge-drawing-using.html

    You can use a pantograph. This article shows you how to make your own (it’s very simple) and how to use it.
    http://users.hubwest.com/hubert/mrscience/pantograph.html

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