If it's the one that's $139 @ Amazon.com, I don't have a need for one.
Sucking the dust out of a power sander, plate joiner is easy enough
with a Shop Vac, a $20 hose, and maybe some strips of duct tape. Use
double sided velcro or more tape to combine the hose and power cord
and you'll barely know the hose is there.
A $20 Craftsman auto switch will power the vac on and off with tool if
the vacuum dosen't already have this capability.
A side advantage of this method is that you are quickly removing dust
and broken grit from the sanding surface, which helps the sander work
a bit more efficiently. The table only picks up what falls off the
sides or is in the air around the work piece.
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