finally getting around to building a new home setup, and this time it won't damage my back like my old table ...
i'm following andymac's plans as a starting point, but am planning to build a surface to accommodate 24 x 36" screens. i'm also going to build this so it can be mounted without hardware on top of a wedge structure that will sit on top of my flat files, so i can print at an angle. ideally the wedge will house the vacuum, and will be enclosed and foam-baffled to cut down on vacuum noise. or is this a ridiculous idea (ie will the vacuum overheat if in a relatively closed housing?
here's where i need input:
any recommendations for horsepower on a wet/dry vac? any good but cheap models you can recommend?
i heard something about someone designing a table with a pressure switch for the vacuum that turns it off when you lift the screen. does anyone have a link to that info?
those of you that have built an angled table: what's a good angle to work with? i want my back to love me.
thanks in advance.