I use a shop vac as my dust collection system with a dust separator I built. I came up with this design to block off the opening in the back to keep the dust from flying out. While the shop vac doesn’t catch all the chips, it doe...
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Location: Crossville, Tn
I'm married with 4 daughters. I've just started really getting interested again in woodworking. My dad has always made things around the house so the tools were always there to mess with when I wanted to. Still have lots to learn and try for the first time. This site has been an inspiration to make sawdust and hopefully something worth looking at.
-- The more I learn, the more I realize I don't know. Ron, Crossville Tn
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I needed to cut some angles that the miter gauge alone wouldn’t do. The fence would not turn far enough to cut the line I needed, as seen in the first picture. I attached an angled piece of scrap to a stop that slides on the fence. By mo...
For those who already have one of these, you’ll understand my enthusiasm. For those who don’t, get busy building one. I don’t have a dust collection system, just a 16 gallon shop vac. I’ve been looking at these for month...