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Your country's customs office can offer more details, or visit eBay's page on international trade. By clicking Confirm bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder. By clicking Confirm bid, you are committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder and have read and agree to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. By clicking 1 Click Bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. The finished Hood assembly, screwed together, I was intending to glue and screw but have omitted the glue for the moment as it would appear to be rigid enough without. Red insulation tape trimming added to bottom edge to increase visibility and demark danger zone.
The means of providing the vertical support seems to be the biggest challenge, I initially wanted to just fit the end of the horizontal extraction tube with a 90 deg. First problem with this was that my selected 50 mm rainwater pipe system does not have 90 deg. The problem of how to achieve this adjustment and provide adequate clamping kept resulting in a somewhat cumbersome setup.
This was achieved by deforming the vertical pipe with suitable clamps and cutting a 54 mm hole though, this was subsequently opened out just sufficiently to allow the 55 mm horizontal pipe to pass through but still retain some distortion to provide a natural grip. Due to my limited floor space and the fact that I rarely need to have an overhang of sheet stock on the left hand edge of my table I decided to secure the down pipe support to the edge of the table, because the table is cast aluminium and non to thick, I have carried the wood support block assembly under the table to reduce the leverage on the edge flange.
A little easing of the clamp hole with some coarse sandpaper and the fitting of a couple of coach bolts and a wing nut off a scrapped lawnmower handle securing the Beech strap achieve height adjustment and a means of swiveling the hood out of the way for jig use. To cut the hole in the support block I used the 54 mm hole saw, removing waste core material in stages with a chisel to facilitate the depth needed.
A tip for cutting plastic piping somewhere near square without digging out the mitre block or saw, clamp it to a block of wood to act as a saw guide.
It is only an estimate on my part (I don't intend to create a kickback to try it out) but I would think it would certainly slow an object down enough in a vertical direction whilst it cleared the blade.
That looks as though it will do a good job of collecting dust and keeping your fingers clear of the blade.
Very nicely done Chas you have put alot of work in that article, I presume that it will just swing away when you need to do trenching etc?
If I had the luxury of a fixed location for the saw I would have preferred an overhead solution for the suction pipe.
The design is very simple (similar to one I found on the net that is made out of sheet metal). For the connector I used a 4" metal connector that they sell at Lowes for connecting dryers. The acrylic window lets you see your cut at all times, and nether the hood nor its support will impede your sawing. I also fashioned it to be as close as possible to the blade when it is fully raised and also cut the front in an arc to match the Saw blade.
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To make an overhead dust extraction hood and blade guard that did not restrict blade cutting depth or table surface. Hood open mouth size to be the minimum required to contain saw blade not engaged in cutting when in vertical and 45 deg. To be as unobtrusive as possible in use whilst achieving dust removal and guarding hands from inadvertent contact with rotating blade. I am relying on the Riving Knife to keep the blade away from any wood slot being cut and always take care with small off-cuts lying around the rear of the blade. I did think about that happening, more from the point of the hood rebounding downwards into the blade but came to the conclusion that most times the height of the fence will prevent this.
Thanks for posting the sequence of pictures, I always like to see how things have been done. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Because of the way the tool works, it's a real challenge to collect all the chips and dust it throws off.
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