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I wanted to make a vacuum cleaner for use in my workshop. First, I dissambled an old scrap vacum celaner in my hand and took its engine. Using this motor, I made the engine part in the PART 1 video. Then I made the main body using a clear plastic bucket. During these processes, I used 10 mm plywood as wood.

Bucket, motor, etc. I did not prepare dimensions-pdf, as the dimensions will not match yours. But if very desired, I can prepare a pdf file containing the dimensions of mine.


Making Video PART 1 :

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Making Video PART 2:

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A comment from John Fithian-Franks :
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I used a 250V 6 Amp switch. See picture below. I measured how many amps the motor needs. That motor needs a maximum of 3.5 amps.

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I am making a shop vac with the motor I ripped from my old vacuum cleaner.

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