See how I use Fusion 360 to 3d print a hose adapter for my belt sander!
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I’ve got a belt sander with awful dust collection. The big problem is that the port for the hose is in a hard to reach place and a different size than my shop vac. In this video, I’ll show you how I measured the real world items then modeled a connector in Fusion 360 to let me connect the hose to the shop vac using 3d printing.
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