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Tablesaw Dust Collector

This tablesaw dust-collector hood is effective as well as convenient. The big window lets you see your cut at all times, and neither the hood nor its support will impede your sawing.

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Safety Warning

Safety Warning

Safety Warning: Do not remove a factory-installed blade guard to install this accessory. We've designed this dust-collector hood for those who do not have the blade guard provided by the saw's manufacturer. You must use feather boards in conjunction with this hood; we show you how to build those on page 14 in the Downloadable Plans. In use, adjust the height of the hood over the saw table to suit the thickness of the stock you're sawing, and tighten the wing knobs. We like to set the height to the thickness of the material plus 1/4".


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Comments (7)
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ksl_eljr wrote:

Just subscribe to Wood Mag it is in their Sept issue.

7/16/2010 09:23:55 AM Report Abuse
scgboatworks.wood wrote:

Hey Guys, Just click on the "Start CollectingDust" link and then click on the "free plan" link. It workes fine.

7/15/2010 11:56:42 PM Report Abuse
rmessg7 wrote:

I clicked on the "Start CollectingDust" link and then clicked on the "free plan" link. Just as jim593, it worked for me and I use WinXPsp3

7/15/2010 10:37:07 AM Report Abuse
old beach bum wrote:

it opens easily, saves easily, prints easily.....maybe some of you guys shouldn't be playing with sharp objects.....back away from the computer, back far away..........THANKS WOOD

7/15/2010 10:34:16 AM Report Abuse
livinglegendsusa wrote:

Where do you go , and how do you download this plan?

7/11/2010 10:10:50 PM Report Abuse
paddlermutt wrote:

Just downloaded it and was pleased to see the plans for the featherboard-hold downs. Good stuff. I agree, this is an awful lot of compaining about free stuff.

7/10/2010 11:33:52 PM Report Abuse
ineptone wrote:

Go to "Pages in this story". Left click on "Start collecting dust". Below the copyright line left click on "For free plan click here". The PDF file will show up, with MSN click on File and then Save as. This worked for me.

7/10/2010 01:31:48 PM Report Abuse

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