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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-17-2018, 07:24 AM
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The "JET" solution and the smaller foot print "WOODSMITH" solution are satisfying different dust collection needs. I have a whole shop dust collection solution but I use the smaller "WOODSMITH" roll around cart for individual tool dust collection. For example, I often use a plunge router for mortise work and my shop can only accommodate the smaller cart. Different strokes for different folks.
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I had seen a cart that I want to make to use with the dust right I got from rockler. it holds a lot more than a bucket and works fantastic. im still dragging both around for now but this is on the to do list. pvc fits into the top of the wheels then passes thru plywood to support your separator. my rigid has wheels like that and ive seen others that do also

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I bought the Super Dust Deputy a few weeks ago but not quite done installing it. I wanted to get the shop vac project out of the way plus was busy making Christmas stuff. I have all the 6" duct installed with 4" drops and blast gates, now need to finish up the Cyclone.
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I bought the Super Dust Deputy a few weeks ago but not quite done installing it. I wanted to get the shop vac project out of the way plus was busy making Christmas stuff. I have all the 6" duct installed with 4" drops and blast gates, now need to finish up the Cyclone.
We need pics when you get it done!! 👍
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