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Forum topic by CrazeeTxn posted 514 days ago 614 views 0 times favorited 7 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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514 days ago

Howdy all -

I’m looking for a possible simple solution to move my hose from tool to tool. I’ve looked at the Rockler dust Right kit but the more I look at it, the more I think, there has to be a better (cheaper) way.

What about getting some PVC fitting from the hardware store and just sliding the hose on there each time? Would it stay or am I going to have to put a clamp on it each time?

What do ya’ll do?

Thanks for any info…


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#1 posted 514 days ago






attach (1), or a similar fitting, to the tools. use short lengths of (2) to connect (5) to the DC, using (3), or similar, hose clamp. connect a suitable length of (2) to the non-DC side of (5) and screw (4) into it (it threads on counter clockwise. the quick disconnect (4) mates with the tool fitting(s) (1). better and cheaper than the rockler dust right.

-- there's a solution to every just have to be willing to find it.

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#2 posted 514 days ago

I just went where you’re going.

I recently set this up .

It does what I want.

-- what a long, strange trip it's been...

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Cole Tallerman

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#3 posted 514 days ago

All i know is it is very hard to connect flexible hose to pvc and the dust right system works great

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#4 posted 513 days ago

To connect your dust collector to PVC use this.

To connect your hose to individual pieces it really depends on your equipment. For my tablesaw I have a 4” to 2.5” reducer for the blade guard and a formed connection to the saw housing. The bandsaw has a 4” connection. The portable table saw has a 2.5” connection. I use a 2.5” for the router table at the fence, but 4” in the cabinet.

You will find the flexible hose provides a lot of resistance. Use grounded pvc piping or metal ducting if you can. PVC is much cheaper than the hose.

I bought a rockler kit like the dust right and it was an OK start. My local Ace Hardware has the fittings at much better prices than rockler, woodcraft, amazon.

Everyone has different needs.

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#5 posted 513 days ago

Good info ya’ll. Very detailed toolie :P

I’ll probably do a combo of the quick connects/handle and some fittings. I’m just a hobbyist so I don’t need anything permanent (yet). I’m definantly going 4” on the t/s, but right now I only have 2 1/2” on everything else. So it looks like I only need about 3 parts then can expand from there.

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#6 posted 513 days ago

I am pretty impressed with this.

-- Jesse, Saint Louis, Missouri

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#7 posted 513 days ago

The Dust Right system is a pretty darn good solution.

-- jay,

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