Clear ducting for dust collection system. - brilliant

Workshop dust collection systems have become very popular with DIY and home workshops. Check out this article with all the information you need to buy your own system.

Use a wye fitting rather than a tee so that less suck is required to move dust.

Simplifying Dust Collection for Your Woodworking Power Tools

Homemade extraction system

Ty Moser from the MonoLoco Workshop provides detailed articles, videos and plans for DIY home and shop projects focusing on woodworking.

A miter saw is one of the handiest tools you can own, and one of the messiest. The chips and sawdust it creates get everywhere. This dust hood helps corral the mess by giving it somewhere to go—into a dust collector or shop vacuum. You can build a hood for your saw from plywood and a few fittings.

A miter saw is one of the handiest tools you can own, and one of the messiest. The chips and sawdust it creates get everywhere. This dust hood helps corral the mess by giving it somewhere to go—into a dust collector or shop vacuum. You can build a hood fo

Downdraft Sanding Table Box - Learn how to make a simple box that will give you excellent dust collection for sanding your woodworking projects. FixThisBuildThat.com

How to Build a DIY Downdraft Table

Downdraft Sanding Table Box - Learn how to make a simple box that will give you excellent dust collection for sanding your woodworking projects.

Upgrade your shop vac with a 20 gallon garbage can so you can make your project and suck up debris with ease.

Build a See-Through Cyclone Dust Separator for Your Shop Vac

Build a See-Through Cyclone Dust Separator for Your Shop Vac. Upgrade your shop vac with a 20 gallon garbage can so you can make your project and suck up debris with ease.

A broom has no cords or hoses to catch and will reach every corner of your shop. Instead of tripping over the vacuum or dust collection hose, just connect Woodstock International’s floor sweep to your dust collection system and sweep the debris away.    The floor sweep works best when used in conjunction with a gate — that way you can just open the gate when you’re sweeping and close it when you’re done.

A broom has no cords or hoses to catch and will reach every corner of your shop. Instead of tripping over the vacuum or dust collection hose, just connect Woodstock International’s floor sweep to your dust collection system and sweep the debris away.

Keep dust out of your workshop with a dust collector! This two-stage system is simple to put together yourself, and will keep your lungs healthy!

Workshop Wednesday - Dust Collector

Keep dust out of your workshop with a dust collector! This two-stage system is simple to put together yourself, and will keep your lungs healthy!

See there? How cool is THAT? You could disguise that and use it in a traditional room. What is it? It's a "floor sweep". Simply sweep the crap into the box and the dust collector sucks it up.

A fully loaded workshop play space See there? You could disguise that and use it in a traditional room. What is it? It's a "floor sweep". Simply sweep the crap into the box and the dust collector sucks it up.

Need to make this dust separator soon.

Deluxe Dust Deputy With 5-Gallon Drum Kit

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Shop Vacuum Blast Gate - Dust Collection Tips, Jigs and Fixtures | WoodArchivist.com

Shop Vacuum Blast Gate - Dust Collection Tips, Jigs and Fixtures - Woodwork, Woodworking, Woodworking Plans, Woodworking Projects

Dust Collection Plans - by David Grimes @ http://LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

My shop is actually the bay of my garage, but I put a wall and door between the first two bays and the end bay that is the wood shop. This bay is about 14 wide by 24 feet long.

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