Finally got around to building an enclosure for my Longmill. I have sketchup plans that I am happy to share with anyone interested. Still need to add some sound proofing but happy with everything so far.
Based on the amount of help I have received from everyone I wanted to give back a little.
The base is made up of solid oak. The enclosure is a missmatch of plywood, oak and MDF.
I still need to add the door openers to assist with raising the front lid. It is very heavy!!
Below is a list of supplies that I used (I do not get anything from you purchasing for yourself) :
Retractable lanyards (ended up having to double up on a couple locations due to weight of hose. Used a total of 10. Lanyard attached to eyehook and cable ties around hose):
LED Lights (very happy with the way they lit up the enclosure):
Hose reducer (Used a hole saw in the right rear corner. Reducer from 4" to 2 1/2". You will have to use the adapters in the vacuum hose kit from Home Depot)