|Forum topic by JustaLilJoinery||posted 08-09-2013 06:42 AM||700 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
08-09-2013 06:42 AM
Due to space limitations and comfort, I have decided to put my miniature table saw on a small table/desk and run my 4” DC hose through the side and then up and under the bottom of the desktop. I got an extra DC “scoop” type connector in my DC accessories kit and I thought that I could install that upside down underneath the desktop. The saw itself has a large (lol) 6” square hole under the main body including the cutting surface so that the sawdust would essentially simply drop down into the collector.
My question is would I have to plug up the existing 1 3/4” dust port that the saw already had so as to not mess up the suction of the DC system? Or will plugging the dust port somehow contribute to any ventilation issue that should not be mucked with?
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