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.
Because my shop has several dust-producing machines close to each other, space for, and access to, individual dust-collection blast gates proved problematic.
I have a small shop and want to upgrade to a dedicated dust collection system. What about placing the dust collector outside the shop walls?
What can I do with oak, cherry, maple, and poplar chips from my dust collector? Can I use them as flower garden bedding material or mulch?
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.
The inside of my dust collector’s filter bag is really gunked up. The collector seems to be drawing less air than it used to. Should I throw the bag into the laundry to get it clean?
Any suggestions for making connections between ill-fitting ports and hoses?