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Dust Collection Twin Ports
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Router table / cabinet drawer mounted

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Taken with Canon Canon PowerShot A1100 IS

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I ended up cutting off the bottom of the housing so when the gate was pushed shut, the gate forced the chips out of the bottom channel. Maybe it was because the gate/hose was pulling chips from my jointer and surface planer.

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I suspect that would be a factor.  Both of these new ports go to sanders.  They can still plug up over time but that would be much longer compared to a jointer or planer.  Only thing I can think of would be to make one yourself that is one longer piece with a opening and a solid side.  Then slide open or closed.  But, that would also mean more room available to have that longer piece.

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