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I have a swiss made DW625, that I would like to set up with a dust collector. I have not found any information on whether the DNP616 dust collector kit for plunge routers would work. Perhaps, someone has experience using the Oneida hood with the DW625? Any assistance would be appreciated.
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That's a question for DeWalt's service people to answer. Check the Contact link on their website.

That said, if it's for a table, you might consider some serious dust collection in the fence. Maybe replace the plastic shield with some kind of suction thingie. You could even make a couple of channels under the table to pull the dust out and away from the router. I accidentally drilled a half inch hole in the wrong place on my plate, and discovered that it sucked up sawdust.

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Thanks DR Tom - I'll check out their site. And Old55 thank you.
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Welcome to the forum. Make yourself at home here. There have been lots of discussions on dust control as it is an important safety issue. We would appreciate a name or nickname to refer to you by. Typing your user name every time we refer to you isn't going to be easy.

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Maybe he/she likes N/a...
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