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PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2011 10:40 pm 
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Location: Sugar Land, TX
First name: Ed
Last Name: Haney
City: Sugar Land (Houston)
State: Texas
Zip/Postal Code: 77479
Focus: Build
The most important first two 4" collection points are shown here in Part 1: viewtopic.php?f=10117&t=34557
If your dust collection can handle three 4" collection points, here is how I used my 3rd point.

I drilled a very small hole in the riser and a hose clamp. Then I used a small nut, bolt and lock washer to bolt the clamp to the riser. (I have also bolted a magnet to the clamp instead of the riser and then stuck the magnet to the riser. There are pros and cons to this alternative.)
Attachment:
P1000619 above table riser band reduced.jpg


The hose is held in the clamp and rides up and down with the riser. It is run above the machine out of the way of the door and operating features.
Attachment:
P1000620 above table riser hose up.jpg


Here it is in the down position.
Attachment:
P1000622 above table riser hose down.jpg


A close up shows the back edge of the hose is lower helping to pull air from the blade.
Attachment:
P1000626 above table hose detail.jpg


This collection eliminates most table top dust. My air quality meter runs in the "very good" range even when sawing at length.


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