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.
Dust Collector Basics
We help clear the air about what type and size of collector you should buy, whether you're connecting to one machine or a whole shop.
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.

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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.
15 Low-dough Dust-collection Hacks
Improve your shop’s air quality by using these helpful tips to gather dust before it becomes airborne.
Plumb your shop for air

Build a network to put compressed air always within easy reach.