This topic contains 40 replies, has 16 voices, and was last updated by  woodman_412 3 weeks, 2 days ago. I think I remember a guy who had overarm dust collection set up in such a way that the arm could be pulled all the way to the ceiling when not in use, but maybe I am dreaming.
I have one on our saw and it works wonders to collect the dust that comes off the top of the board that the build in dust collector on the saw doesn’t collect.
I imagine you would still have some significant modifications from this guy’s design, and it does not serve quite as well as a true blade guard system, but it does get the overarm + dust collection part of his design in a way that is probably quite affordable. I used a Saw Stop with overarm guard at someone else’s shop and it definitely did a good job with the dust.
Yes, I bought the EU guard that fits on the riving knife and it does a great job but has some limitations. From the video you just posted, it looks like the EU version of the 4100 is better than what we can get! Money is simply the marker used as tools move thru the galaxy to their best-use destination.
Here's some pics of a homemade dust collection hood that I posted here about a half a year ago or so. If you are interested in a little booklet in pdf format that explains how I made it, please send me an email. I will agree that if you can leave your saw stationary it would be much better to support whatever unit that you decide to purchase or build from above.


On second thought I am kind of glad that I could not post the pictures after looking at Jeffery's closer as mine is kind of plain compaired to his. We promise to never spam you, and just use your email address to identify you as a valid customer. They are quite large and needs some extra room, but if you do have the room to spare then it’s a great addition to the saw. After using a Sawstop cabinet saw last year in another shop I haven’t been satisfied with just regular under the blade dust collection like I used to. After using a Sawstop cabinet saw last year in another shop I haven’t been satisfied with just regular under the blade dust collection like I used to.
We didn’t have the over arm attachment but ran a hose to the guard that stayed out of the way.
Bear in mind that despite the name it is marketed as a dust collection accessory, not a blade guard. If I were to do it over, knowing what I do now, I would make my own , hang it from the cieling above, and run a four inch dc hose to it; this is what I have actually done.
The Sawstop blade guard is extremely efficient at collecting all the dust that doesn’t go below making almost no dust when cutting. The Sawstop blade guard is extremely efficient at collecting all the dust that doesn’t go below making almost no dust when cutting. I found a Sawstop saw on kijiji recently but I don’t really want to shell out the money since my saw works great.


Must be a pic from the European model because that’s not what comes on it but it would be nice if it did since it has the dust port.
However, having had one for awhile I don't see how you could get near the blade without seriously trying while this unit is in place.
I was going to show some photos but when I tried to attach them it said that I had already used them in another post and I could not figure how to fool the system. I made some modifications including lexan hood and square metal for the upright and first stage of the horizontal brace to make it work better with my saw. I’ve been giving thought to buying a Sawstop blade guard assembly and modifying it to fit my Delta saw. I’ve been giving thought to buying a Sawstop blade guard assembly and modifying it to fit my Delta saw. It functions very similar to the overarm, but I don’t have the arm in the way when trying to do larger items or using tall jigs. The only issue is that it doesn’t work when using a cross cut sled so it’s really only good for ripping. My other thought that I had was using a Bosch edge routing dust collection attachment to make a less intrusive over arm dust collection rig that would also work with a cross cut sled.



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