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Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Foreword After far too many demanded I provide a good plan for a downdraft table, here are the plans for what I use and what it takes to build a good downdraft table. You need to first read and understand my Dust Collection Basics pages for this information to make good sense. That page lays out the dust collection basics learned from decades of experience and shared by those major firms who guarantee customer air quality.
This is an adapter that will allow you to hook up a 1 1/4″ (31mm) vacuum hose to a tool with a 2 1/2″ (65mm) dust port (like a DeWALT DW table saw, as pictured).
The switch burned out, and the bracket cracket due to user error The switch’s connections were in a tight area. The good thing is that the cables are color coded to make it easy to fix. If I did it over, I would’ve taken the cord clamps from the junction box first before I tried to do anything with the switch. This will come in very handy when putting the switch back together. Here’s the steps should’ve done. Unscrew the 4 screws holding the switch in place. The switch can be pulled out and tested with a meter.
Mine had a very strong odor of burnt parts. Order new switch – easy part. Tilt saw blade so you have room to work.
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Not to be critical but why invest the big money in high end equipment only to use the low end for most tasks unless you have some sort of sentimental attachement in the low end stuff. As a remodeler, I certainly believe there is a right tool for every job; but having the right tool often comes with having a much higher overhead.
The goal is to lower the overhead by choosing equipment that meets multiple needs. I have 2 shop vacs right now.
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I have two hoses, and neither one fit it. The smallest one comes close, but not close enough, and it is still too far off to shim with tape. There’s also a space for a 1″ O. This is new territory for me. Up until now the small hose has fit all other routers I had but I sold all those and only have three DeWALT routers now, and they all have the same adapter. Does anyone know what size fits this, or where to look besides Lowe’s to buy one?
I did see a step adapter there today but it is large and clunky looking. I’d much rather have a hose connect straight to the router adapter with no others in between.
How do you use your shop vac?
It was about time I start getting serious about dust collection. Since most of my tools are on the smaller side and a vacuum is better than a DC for those types I decided to start with a central vac system. I included a couple machines where a vac is not ideal, but at this point it’s the best I can do.
This is the best table saw blade for ripping hardwood because it features a fairly aggressive twenty degree hook angle to truly dig into the wood without tearing it out. Moreover, the depth of the teeth allow for rip cuts on material thicknesses of up to 2 ¾”.
Most guys dream of a steroid-infused table saw. I want a dust collection system that will suck the drywall off the studs. I’ve worked in shops where you’re knee-deep in dust and shavings, and I hated it. Never bought into the “creative mess” mindset. But that’s just me, and others may hold contrary opinions. I want the damned sanding dust to go into the Fein shop vac, not all over me or the shop. I pulled the little bag off. The rubber connector at the bag end has all the structural integrity of a condom.
The rubber that goes over the dust port is beefy enough to work with. Never done that before, but I seem to trip over more uses for my heat gun every day. Will give it a try. That’s about all I can think of that I might have in the shop that would function as such.
6 Essential Bench Jigs
One of the secrets to hand-tool success is keeping the workpiece from moving as you work on it. Not only that, but clamping and unclamping adds a lot of time to the process. A better method is to use a planing stop or saw hook, which take advantage of the cutting force of the tool to keep the workpiece in place.
Craftsman Evolv Inch Table Saw. While the Craftsman Evolv is the lowest priced table saw on this list, you get a lot for the money. This is the only one of the three that comes with its own stand. The saw weighs 50 pounds and once you make sure the stand is tightened up, it does a great job of securing the saw.
Next Catch a broad blast of debris While no single accessory will catch all the dust and chips that go airborne when turning wood, the Big Gulp Ultimate Dust Hood gobbles up a lot of it. When tethered to a 1-hp or larger dust collector with 4″ hose, the Big Gulp gathers in most of the chips made when hollowing out a bowl or vessel.
It’s especially effective at sucking up sanding dust from turnings–the stuff you’d breathe into your lungs otherwise. Bend Loc-Line to almost any configuration, and snap on a nozzle to place the suction right where you need it. Use couplers to join multiple lengths of hose. We like Loc-Line for use with any stationary sander, as well as drill presses and router-table operations when you can’t use a fence-mounted dust port.
Gain airflow and filtration with specially made bags If your dust collector’s filter bag puffs up like a taut balloon, you’re probably not getting maximum airflow through your collector. Although many manufacturers offer high-efficiency filter bags 1 to 5 microns as standard or optional equipment, most don’t do anything to optimize airflow. American Fabric Filter custom-makes oversize 1-micron bags that increase airflow by not restricting it.
No-clog blast gates improve airflow Debris can build up in the grooves of typical blast gates, preventing them from closing fully, so they leak air and ultimately reduce suction where you need it. Lee Valley’s self-cleaning gates extend through the bracket to push debris out of the groove and prevent such buildup. Better seal eliminates air leaks Flexible dust-collection hose has a metal supporting wire that spirals throughout it to prevent the hose from collapsing under suction.
How to Build a DIY Downdraft Table
So we put it to the test! Out of the box this is about as easy to set up as it comes. It comes with two screws and two clamps. Quick Tip- If you have larger pieces to cut or want to cut out a large shape like a circle, odds are the arm is going to get in the way. You can simply remove the arm and use the Blade Runner like a small table saw, simple and easy.
This 15 Amp 10″ Craftsman Table Saw features a folding collapsible stand for easier portability and storage. With tool-less assembly to the legset and blade guard for quick and easy setup, this table saw is an efficient solution to all of your cutting needs.
Building a Router Table Fence for my Table Saw Router Table My original idea was to build a router table fence that would attach to the table saw’s rip fence. But I also wanted to have the option of bolting it directly to the router table when I had a setup on the table saw I didn’t want to disturb. However, after careful thought and consideration, I couldn’t find any advantage to having the router fence on the rip fence at all.
In fact, most of the time it would just be in the way and would have to be removed when attaching other jigs to the rip fence. The more I thought about it, the better a stand alone router table fence looked. This doesn’t mean that I can’t use the saw’s fence for routing, it will still come in handy for cutting dados and grooves in large panels and longer boards, but I don’t need to attach a separate router fence to it to do that. That said, I set about designing a shop made router fence that would do everything I need it to do.
The most important of these were