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Got some rigid polyurethane foam, Styrofoam or soft upholstery foam you want to cut? Smuggle the electric carving knife out of the kitchen and use that. It works fabulously for any cut you need to make.

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This simple project for dust-free sanding using a storage container can be finished in a single weekend. #Instructables #workshop #woodshop #woodworking #tools

This simple project for dust-free sanding using a storage container can be finished in a single weekend. #Instructables #workshop #woodshop #woodworking #tools

Portable Dust Collection System With Noise Reduction & Dust Separator Using Shop Vac: 7 Steps (with Pictures)

Portable Dust Collection System With Noise Reduction & Dust Separator Using Shop Vac: This is a dust collection cart that I made for my small workshop that serves multiple purposes: o It provides a handy portable working surface of various shop projects o It serves as my primary means of vacuuming dust from the floor and work surface…

A miter saw is one of the handiest tools you can own, and one of the messiest. The chips and sawdust it creates get everywhere. This dust hood helps corral the mess by giving it somewhere to go—into a dust collector or shop vacuum. You can build a hood for your saw from plywood and a few fittings.

A miter saw is one of the handiest tools you can own, and one of the messiest. The chips and sawdust it creates get everywhere. This dust hood helps corral the mess by giving it somewhere to go—into a dust collector or shop vacuum. You can build a hood for your saw from plywood and a few fittings.

Small Shop Dust Collection - Affordable & Effective Solutions — Dan Pattison

Wood dust is definitely a health concern and we are becoming more aware of that in recent years. In addition to being bad for your health, wood dust is also time consuming to clean up. The more dust you can capture at the source, the better off you are. Less time cleani

I built an all-in-one dust extractor and separator cart from @johnbuildsit original design. I've been looking for a mobile dust extraction…

HUY | Woodworker shared a post on Instagram: "I built an all-in-one dust extractor and separator cart from @johnbuildsit original design. I've been looking for a mobile dust extraction solution and found John's ingenious design that incorporated the @ridgidpowertools vacuum and @thedustopper separator. Plywood, nuts, bolts, PVC pipes, and fittings...all common hardware store parts. Check out his feed to get details on how to build this little gem. #notsponsored #shopvac #dustextractor…

A proper dust collection system is what separates good workshops from great ones. A well thought out system will provide a safer work enviro...

A proper dust collection system is what separates good workshops from great ones. A well thought out system will provide a safer work enviro...

Even with a dust-collector hose attached to my router table’s fence, chips and sawdust still manage to escape—generally toward the outfeed side of the table. To collect that debris, I built a simple plywood bin with an opening on top to catch the chips and a hole in the bottom to fit a 2 1/2" vacuum hose. By joining that hose with the one already attached to the router-table fence, I only have one dust-collector hookup to concern myself with. —Thomas Freh, Newfane, N.Y.

Learn tips and tricks that make your shop time more productive. Find out how to get the most out of hand tools and power tools, including your router and table saw. See tips on finishing, gluing, clamping, sharpening, layout, and more!