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#1 posted 11-25-2018 08:31 PM

I had one when I first started. If you can make a little box type table with an interchangeable piece with a hole sized just a smidgeon larger than each drum you will be using you can hook up shop vac or whatever to the back or side and you won’t have much of a dust problem. Have a friend that just puts a cheap box fan up close to the sander with a furnace filter to suck dust away. I have a Wen osc. spindle sander that works well, but I was thinking that Harbor Freight might have one cheaper. Not as expert on this but it worked for me.

-- MEL, Kansas


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