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Kelly

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#1 posted 02-10-2018 06:21 PM

Going with the “[d]on’t buy it until you need it” concept, you need GOOD dust collection now.

In that vein, I added a sanding table a few years back. It helped, but was so-so until I put sides, back and a top on it using some nylon I had laying around. It is, now, one of my indispensable tools.

By building my own table, I got more table for the money I would have spent on the commercial ones, which, without the sides, back and top, are pathetic.

I even router small items in the sand station, when the table won’t do, and it knocks down the dust significantly.


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