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Re: table saw collector
Reply #15 - Nov 18th, 2020 at 5:03pm
 
robo_hippy wrote on Nov 18th, 2020 at 11:53am:
One would think that a commercial duty saw would have optional set ups for up to a 6 inch line. robo hippy


Have no clue why but 4" for dust collection seems to now be a standard the industry has settled on.
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Re: table saw collector
Reply #16 - Nov 18th, 2020 at 11:53pm
 
I have a Sawstop with dust collection built into the blade guard. Not the overhead arm. It works great. I may upgrade it to their overhead arm which would work in situations where a blade guard is not used- non thru cuts, dados...
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Reply #17 - Nov 19th, 2020 at 9:36am
 
Paul, I would be interested in your plan but could you tell me what the tubing (pipe) is?
I only ask because I have a 52" rip capacity on my saw so I need to make something ridged enough to be worth the trouble.
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Reply #18 - Nov 19th, 2020 at 10:59am
 
I just got a Laguna Fusion 3 saw. It also has over the blade dust collection along with under blade shroud. Seems to work pretty well. I'll put it to a real test  when I start cutting segments for the next turning.

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Reply #19 - Nov 19th, 2020 at 11:58am
 
I made this one Ralph. It mounts with one bolt to the top of the steel splitter behind the blade. Much cleaner than without it but still not 100% of the dust. Vacuum seperator fits right to the top of guard. I show it removed but it attaches very easy when needed. Otherwise the same hose is attached under the saw with a chute going down to the hase fitting. Smiley
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Reply #20 - Nov 20th, 2020 at 9:42am
 
Ed Weber wrote on Nov 19th, 2020 at 9:36am:
Paul, I would be interested in your plan but could you tell me what the tubing (pipe) is?
I only ask because I have a 52" rip capacity on my saw so I need to make something ridged enough to be worth the trouble.
Thanks

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I used 3" diameter 1/8" thick steel pipe in the construction of the overhead arm, final version.  I made one long enough to cover the widest Grizzly cabinet saw they sold at time (around what you have) and sat on it and it held up.  That was part of the design: make it so it could handle different widths of saw, different blade sizes, different makes, etc.
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Reply #21 - Nov 20th, 2020 at 12:27pm
 
Paul Haus wrote on Nov 20th, 2020 at 9:42am:
sat on it and it held up


Well, we all come in different sizes  Grin but I think a 3" pipe will hold me up.
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Reply #22 - Nov 20th, 2020 at 3:15pm
 
Here's the basic setup for what I put together and put on my cabinet saw.  It's the same as the longer prototype I made, just the horizontal pipe (yellow) isn't as long.   Not all the pieces are shown but the main components are.
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Reply #23 - Nov 20th, 2020 at 4:26pm
 
Where is the hook to hold up the V8 engine?
Look's good Paul, thanks
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Reply #24 - Nov 21st, 2020 at 5:44pm
 
Ed Weber wrote on Nov 20th, 2020 at 4:26pm:
Where is the hook to hold up the V8 engine?
Look's good Paul, thanks

It's over by the chain hoist Wink
Build it right, build it once and you're done.  I made this one 12 years ago and it's still going strong.  I also got a manual rising splitter from a fella that was selling them some years ago and they're a good complement to each other.
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