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#1 posted 08-27-2016 01:52 AM

A Dust Deputy hooked up to your shop vac will collect a lot of the dust from your tools. And your Shop Vac will love you too. It won’t get dirty or fouled. Almost every bit of dust will be collected in the bucket.

I have one that I hook up to the miter saw, Random Orbital Sander and the router table. I had forgot about it until this week. I checked the bucket and it was full, completely full! The rest was carrying over to the shop vac bag. But the filter was still clean.

The pictures are hard to decipher but I have pvc pipe manifold that connects the shop vac (via Dust Deputy) to the miter saw, belt sander, and a port for hooking up a hose for other tools like the ROS or Kreg pocket hole jig or general clean up.

Hope this helps.
Mike

-- Handcrafted by Mike Henderson - Channelview, Texas


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