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Thanks to the wonderful Internet of Things, you can now learn how to make a multi-cyclone dust collector using materials like PVC pipe, plastic bottle and a plastic container. The problem with an ordinary vacuum cleaner is that if you clean huge amount of dust, it will suffer from dust overload within 10 minutes.

Also, sometimes it is not easy to empty, even if you push it to collect more it could burn out. Ordinary vacuum cleaners require frequent filter changes. An alternative to this is to have an intermediate system between dust and the vacuum, and that is where the multi-cyclone dust collector comes in.

Multi-cyclone dust collector efficiently collects 99% of the dust and throws it into the bucket below, leaving the vacuum almost dust free and clean. So there is no need for frequent filter change in vacuum cleaners and it will not suffer from dust clogging. Have a look at the video below to learn more about the DIY cyclone dust collector.

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