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Rockler Contractor Table Saw Dust Bag

Item #: 48649
$19.99
Each In Stock (online only)

Overview

Our Contractor Table Saw Dust Bag relies on gravity alone to contain the bulk of your dust, cutting the mess, and helping you breathe easier. It's ideal for smaller shops that lack dust collection, and for contractors who routinely work on the jobsite. It fits most contractor table saws, and the included buttons make routine installation and removal a snap.

Tech Spec

Manufacturer Part Number lcp-2524
Weight (lbs) 0.9300

Technical Details:

  • Lets gravity do the work of dust collection - consumes no power, and creates no noise.
  • Made out of cotton.
  • Includes screw-on snap buttons that allow easy installation and removal once installed.
  • Rough dimensions: 16-1/2-inch x 13-1/2-inch x 19-inch.

What's included:


(1) Contractor Table Saw Dust Bag
(12) Screw Snaps
(1) Set of Instructions

Reviews

Customer Reviews

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Wonderful

Terry Posted November 10, 2013
Dust collection on a contractors saw is ALWAYS difficult. This simple little bag does an amazing job at collecting roughly 90% of the dust generated by my Rockwell 10" Contractors saw. Installation took roughly 30 minutes. Maybe less, but I'm an old man and move slowly. It is a simple installation and until my budget allows for a professional cabinet saw with proper dust collection, this works quite nicely. At twenty bucks, I am very pleased.

Does it collect 100% of the dust? No. But that is impossible with a contractors saw. It DOES collect better than 90% however, without any vacuum assistance at all.

Works Ok, but...

Charles Posted August 31, 2014
Very nice bag, but the snaps are way too soft (screw threads) for a metal saw stand. I had to drill out the centers of the snaps, and replace the screw portion with a sheet metal screw. Worked fine
after that.

good product but --

Richard Posted January 14, 2014
The bag is nicely constructed of sturdy canvas. And the snaps are nice. But the threads on the studs are not suitable for metal. Do yourself a favor and find a #8 sheet metal screw. Use that screw to create some threads in the holes that you drill and only then try to screw in the studs.

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