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ChefHDAN

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#1 posted 08-21-2017 06:42 PM

I’ve got the same as described by farmer, with the addition of sealing the interior space where possible with caulking and using Velcro to attach a fairly heavy strip of leather over the front slot for the height wheel. I purchased a plastic fitting here and then cut a 4” flex hose to exit to the back with about 6” hanging past the bottom brace of the lift so that I can attach to a 10’ hose to the DC. I’m using fas-lock quick fittings but would use the Rockler ones if I do it over. Biggest dust issue I have is when taking small slices because the sawdust gets away from the throat plate but I just can’t think of a mobile portable way to get an overarm collection set up with the way I use my shop and store everything.

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