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To those interested in this technique, forgive me for possibly upstaging the author with a photo of what is possible. This was built by the DaVinci of 3D circuit creation, Jim Williams, who was well known in the analog circuit world.
3D Design Class
The tweezers can also be made for almost free:https://lensprojects.wordpress.com/2015/07/11/cheap-smd-tweezers/
This is a great idea. I've seen several Youtube videos and other descriptions, but what shocks me is that no company makes this as a complete unit. Once you have the collection bucket, the shopvac part could be tiny (motor only with small chamber). The shopvac guys are asleep at the wheel.
What are these screws used for?
This is outstanding! One last little addition would be to add a plexiglas window over the top of your sheath, then you'd be completely protected from breathing grinding dust. You could also drill more holes in the side for each tungsten size and to hold the proper angle. I gotta' do this.
The most helpful reply would be to just provide the model/part number. Here's a link I got after zooming in on one of the photos:http://galaxylighting.nz/wp/product/r106-square-led-cob-downlights-chrome/
Very clever. What I need it this plus some type of dog-proof latch to keep those smart puppies from getting in a spreading trash all over the kitchen floor.
Opening a string-sealed bag without scissors
USB Stereo Amplifier On-The-Cheap (<$25) from Broken Headset