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I saw this on Pinterest, and it seemed like a good idea for those that do a lot of edge routing on their router table, just unhook the hose from your fence and hook it up to this shroud.
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Re better dust collection, I accidentally discovered that the plastic transition piece (dust port to vac hose) on my Bosch 1619 also fits my Bosch belt sander! Yes!!!
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fits your ROS and planer too...
sure do wish we still could get their belt sanders here...

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Re better dust collection, I accidentally discovered that the plastic transition piece (dust port to vac hose) on my Bosch 1619 also fits my Bosch belt sander! Yes!!!
...and you're surprised, why?

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Glas some outfit has decided to use a standard. So many DC fittings are odd sizes and often you don't get an inside/outside dimension listed. I have a bulky box filled with mis-fits. Annoying. Good for Bosch!

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I added an enclosed space over the bit on my fence, basically a small box, and used a Forstner bit the same size as my shop vac wand to drill a hole in the back of the box. You won't need the fitting that way. Works very well for me.
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I like that idea a lot . Maybe after my garage is insulated and I build my router table , I'll build me one of those .

I don’t always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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Uhhh, will that be like never, Rick.
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Uhhh, will that be like never, Rick.
It's starting to look that way . Been trying to finish my bathroom . Started 8 years ago and I wouldn't consider it half done . Hate bathrooms

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@RainMan 2.0 : I always hated working on bathrooms, Rick. No room for me, tools and materials.

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