|Forum topic by PJwood||posted 09-07-2016 01:47 AM||300 views||0 times favorited||1 reply|
09-07-2016 01:47 AM
I need some suggestions!
I bought this Jet 10” table saw (JPS-10TS) couple months ago and adapted a dedicated 1 HP dust extractor to the port on the back side. I extract the dust right out of the tool shop, (no bag) just blow it outside. It throws the dust several feet away from the vent opening: good airflow!
Still sawdust accumulate in the sides and corners of the cabinet. And I worried it might gum up the adjustment screws, in particular it is hard to set the blade smack at 90 degrees. Every couple of hours I go rack the dust out from the corners.
I’d that something I have to live with? Why is the saw dust not vacuumed from the bottom instead? Should I put some styrofoam baffles inside the cabinet?
Also how do I get to clean the setting screws? I can’t fit my hand there behind…
Anyone has any suggestions??
Thanks. Great saw, I love it!
-- Delicately crafted firewood specialist