If you use a tablesaw without a dust port, then you must have a look at this revolutionary dust collection system.
This panel only works for cuts when the blade is 90° to the saw table — which accounts for most of the cuts that I make. There’s another large opening found on contractor and benchtop table saws I haven’t mentioned, up until now.
Two of our favorite topics in the WOOD® magazine shop are dust collection and safety, and this nifty apparatus combines both. To make this handy attachment, cut a hole in the top of your existing blade guard (our guard is made of clear acrylic) and cut the hardboard adapter to fit.

If you like this project, please check out our 230+ paper and downloadable woodworking project plans at the WOOD Store. If you like shop and furniture projects, click here for information on subscribing to WOOD® magazine. A dust collector for your Tablesaw that gets nearly all the sawdust from underneath your tablesaw, regardless of the cut your making. Seal the joint between the blade guard and the hardboard adapter with a bead of silicone sealant. These handy tips can quickly improve the dust-collection capabilities of your table saw without spending a lot of money.

It uses three modes to collect up to 90% of airborn dust; Collector, Vacuum and Funnel modes. Tests have proven that this ingenous dust collection system catches over 90% of airborn dust in Vacuum mode. You can buy an inexpensive plastic hood that rests inside the saw cabinet (Ours came from Rockler).

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