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#1 posted 11-04-2012 03:28 AM

MDF is never nice. The ONLY way to be safe from all the dust from it is to have an over-the-blade dust collector.
I don’t have one and probably never will. I don’t like the obtrusiveness of it.
I have a Zero clearance plate, and a “big mouth” under the blade connected to a 2 1/2” dust collection via blast gate. I works good, but I put on glasses when I cut thin pieces or ply. And MDF. MDF is a murderer for blades, us, and the shop, dust central,...and I HATE DUST, lol

-- Steve - Dust sucks!


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