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09-16-2021 01:46 AM

I installed a router table/chop saw station Against a wall. I have a little grizzly collector I can fit underneath and would like to hook up a seperator, but it has to fit underneath so the height can only be about 30”.

Any ideas? Seems like all the trash can or 5 gal bucket thingys are too tall.


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#1 posted 09-16-2021 01:50 AM

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#2 posted 09-16-2021 06:29 AM

For a 5 gallon bucket I have tried the Rockler deal, a Thein I built like this. and a Dust Deputy. The DD kicked all the others to the side of the road. on a 5 gallon without wheels, but sitting flat the DD would be close to 30” the issue is the hose outta the top. You could use a hole saw to core one of those plywood braces, and route the hose through that hole, and still have a workable bend in the line.

That said I would wall mount it behind the miter saw, and drop the line to the tools to be attached. I’d use that under for scrap wood storage, and whatever drawers.

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#3 posted 09-16-2021 04:12 PM



For a 5 gallon bucket I have tried the Rockler deal, a Thein I built like this. and a Dust Deputy. The DD kicked all the others to the side of the road. on a 5 gallon without wheels, but sitting flat the DD would be close to 30” the issue is the hose outta the top. You could use a hole saw to core one of those plywood braces, and route the hose through that hole, and still have a workable bend in the line.

That said I would wall mount it behind the miter saw, and drop the line to the tools to be attached. I d use that under for scrap wood storage, and whatever drawers.

- therealSteveN

I had a dc on the wall before, I hated it. I would have to use a laddder to empty which is a non starter for me.

I found a small trash can I’m gonna try.

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