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Posted on Placement of Dust Collection Port on Contractor Saw?

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#1 posted 12-21-2011 02:57 PM

since the back of the contractor saws are open, taking the dust out of the bottom is the best way. Even then you have dust that will build up all the way around the dust port and some will come out of the front, where the blade adjuster is. It helps if you partially block off the back, to help the suction in the saw case. That’s a whole other project, since you have to make the blocking moveable, for tilting the blade.


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