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#1 posted 03-20-2014 03:12 AM

I have to believe he did this on purpose (the beveled piece). IF he was building from scrap pieces of wood he might do this but this is a video on “how-to” . I think he meant to do it this way and cut that piece to length. Maybe it has something to do with no dust blown into the side areas. I like his hood. I think it would be fairly simple to duplicate and just might try one of these. I have a big slider that throws sawdust like ….well it is a dust storm. The sawdust is difficult to capture behind these saws and I think this will work. I would use hardboard on the liner to keep things slick. never slowing the dust down is as important as anything you can do. Like the roof on your home. Don’t make a place for water to slow down. Keep it moving until it is off the roof.


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