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Rockler has a Dust Separator on sale this week for $69.00 sounds like a good deal and this unit looks like it operates on the same principal as my Dust Deputy from Onieda

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Got one and like it.
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Same here. I bought mine during a previous sale for the same price and I like it, too.
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Rockler has a Dust Separator on sale this week for $69.00 sounds like a good deal and this unit looks like it operates on the same principal as my Dust Deputy from Onieda
Hi Warren - I think this is the one you are referring to:
Dust RightŪ Dust Separator - Rockler Woodworking Tools
I don't believe it would be nearly as effective as the dust deputy but would be handy to keep larger chips out of the dust deputy. I managed to clog mine once with some larger chips of my dado blade. Cost me a vacuum motor so now I use a seperator between the table saw and dust deputy when I'm doing a lot of half laps.

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