Dust Collection

Choosing, using, and maintaining a dust collection system in your woodworking shop is critical for shop safety. Find out all the tips and techniques to tame sawdust in your woodworking shop.

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How to buy a dust collector
Choosing a dust collector can be anything but simple. We've stripped away the mumbo-jumbo to show you what you really need to know.
Busting dust in a basement shop
Put an end to dust migration from your shop to the house.
Grime-stoppers, rid your tablesaw of dust
It's ironic: Tablesaws create dust with every cut, but that same debris can restrict the saw's ability to tilt, elevate, and make more cuts.
Can I evict this noisy tenant?
I own a cyclone-type dust collector and I’d like to move it outside my shop in order to cut down on the noise
Plumb Your Shop for Air
Build a network to put compressed air always within easy reach.
What are a shop's dust-collection guidelines?
Is it possible to have a shop in my basement and still not have fine dust appear on everything upstairs? My garage gets below zero in winter.
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