Anyone know a source for plane for shop-built dust collector adaptor
for a 15-year-old Unisaw? Thought I saw plans in a woodworking
magazine once but am coming up with zilch on Google searches.
Close off that useless slot in the bottom, seal up the holes and the tilted
bottom shelf within the cabinet. Then cut a hole to match the dust collection
My unisaw was almost as old. It will take a really big collector and large hose
to make a difference. I enlarged mine from 4" to 5", then went to a different
saw for other reasons. The pickup with a great cyclone is OK at best anyway.
Unisaws and their clones are not designed for good dust pickup; but for heavy
duty accurate cutting year after year.
Don't be afraid to cut a hole in the back: it's a tool after all.
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