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Now I could work on the base. I had to make a hole in the center to receive my dust collection port. Using a compass, I drew out a 4-inch circle. I brought the base over to the bench and used a drill for some relief cuts, and then the jig-saw to cut out the hole.
Some ducting to connect the thing to your dust collector ; A dust collector (if you don´t have it, it´s time to build one). Hope I didn´t forget anything. Btw: the Sketchup model for the miter saw in my cabinet model was made from Mark F. I got it from the 3D-Warehouse. Look for …
With the dust collector out of the way, I was able to move the miter saw station a bit further down the wall, and raise it up about 4″ higher. I’ve always found the working height to be a bit too low, so this will make it more comfortable to use.
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The dust collector adaptor hangs on the back of the fold-up mechanism and connects to the miter saw’s dust extraction port. The dust collector hose is connected to the adaptor. For the occasional need to support longer pieces of wood, a pair of fold-out supports are on each side of the cabinet.
Miter Saw Station dust collector – Miter Saw Station dust collector 21. par la siècle, avec l’ augmentation citoyenneté, le taux de construction et pose en utilisation de l’énergie ressources, elle a entraîné l’émergence d’approches durables.
· Compound Miter Saw Dust Collector Hood. A month or so ago I built a miter saw station from plans from www.woodsmith.com. The station is great and I’ve used it for several projects but the only problem with it is it has no dust collection so I set out to remedy that situation. The collector is made from 1/2 Maple cabinet grade plywood and a 4 …
I have a sliding miter saw with a seriously undersized dust port (1¼”). It’s originally built to throw the dust in a tiny bag. When ever I make cuts, about 25% (bag) or 50% (shopvac) of the dust is collected and the rest just spread in a conical way.