It helps. But many of the dust pickups are not the best in the first place. Also this is DIY it was cheap but it helps.
I will be making various modifications to the table saw extraction. Underneath the saw I will fit a dust chute and will add pickup to the blade guard. This is only temporary as the dust extractor will be upgraded as will the saw.
I will also be making a duel pickup for the router. One underneath and the one you see attached image above.
In the final layout of the shop and with the bigger dust extractor it won't be there on the floor and I will have the piping and hosing coming over head on the side of the beam and down the pile.
I will eventually need 5 or 6 shut off gates, various elbow, and pipe, 4 or 5 Y Adaptors
Bought 10th March 2013
Slow evolution with two blast gates and two hoses for the table saw and one for the router. (eventually there wail be two hoses for the router as well. 1 behind the fence and 1 under on the stand and router extraction port.) Also shows the vacuum chute under table saw (and you can just see) the pipe to the ordinal extraction port.
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