Traded quite awhile back for a nice Delta 40-450 scrollsaw. Getting in the shop is an issue at times, so wanted to at least do some scrollsawing in the house, because I knew that wouldn't make huge amounts of sawdust, and figured I could rig something up to collect it, without a lot of hassle. So started googling.
Found a lot of stuff that would be a real hassle to make, as well as costing. And a bunch of stuff for sale, that cost way more than I wanted to spend. Plus, didn't look like most of the stuff wouldn't really do that great. Then found the second video in the link below, then found the link, with more videos, of other machines. Great, should work just fine, and the cost to make is about zero, except for having to get a shop vac. I have some excellent ear muffs, so shop vac noise will be no bother.
Being able to cut out my masters, and pieces to be routed, will really help out. In the shop, if I had to go, it was shut everything down, lock the shop, walk to the house, unlock the house, hit the loo, and by that time usually was in no mood to go back to the shop. But by sawing in the house, the loo is only steps away, don't have to lock anything up, or unlock anything, and I can go back in and do some more sawing. Besides the ear muffs, I have a small battery powered air face mask I use. Will likely be a bit of a pain carrying chunks of plywood back and forth, but well worth it. Shop machine dust extraction improvements
"It ain't what you're told, it's what you know." - Granny Weatherwax
Of course I'm not busy, I did it right the first time.
Call me a craftsman, artisan, or artistic, and I will accept that. Call me an artist and you will likely get a quite rude comment in return. I am not a @#$%ing artist.