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CharlieL

Have a very small shop ? Looking for a small table saw ?

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2 hours ago, lew said:

Maybe this would be an easier alternative- $11.00 from Harbor Freight. You could attach it to the legs of the main dust collector stand and set the bag on it. Maybe a plywood inset to make a solid platform for the bag.

I'd have a issue with getting the separator in and out with that, but I agree with the bag sitting on a deck like most portable DC's do. I have an idea, but I need to take a break from it, I have enough time into it, maybe someday. For as much as it's going to get moved I'm not too worried about it. 

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I'll add that on the days that I don't need the DC, the elbow and bag are removed. It takes up less storage space. At this time if I did anything I'd probably do like I said before and add to the top of the stand, and add a fold up shelf to the lower side of the stand for the bag to sit on. 

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