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Downdraft Table Panels

Item #: 25077
$27.99
Each In Stock
Includes non-slip rubber grommets and removable stops.


Free Plan!


Overview

Top off your custom downdraft table with these solid steel panels. Each 6-3/4" x 16-1/2" component includes non-slip rubber grommets and removable stops to stabilize your work. Set includes two panels.

Looking to build a downdraft table? Click here for a free plan download! Downdraft table plan requires 2 sets of 25077.

A quality downdraft table is one of the best ways to control dust while sanding. These innovative panels make it easy to build your own.

Premium features:

  • Rubber grommets create a stable work surface
  • Hole pattern allows for optimal suction
  • Four removable stops secure workpieces while sanding
  • Durable steel construction withstands sanding pressure
  • Sized to allow for customization - create the perfect sized table for your shop!

Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 6-3/4" x 16-1/2" x 13/16"
  • Each panel includes 16 non-slip grommets and two removable stops
  • Set includes two panels

Tech Spec

Brand Rockler
Weight (lbs) 3.3700

Reviews

Customer Reviews

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Excellent value,top quality finish

Malcolm J from Ashford., Kent Posted June 11, 2011
Excellent value,top quality finish

I purchased two sets of the...

Robert H from Olympia, Washington Posted March 13, 2011
I purchased two sets of the panels and built the cabinet from the free plans available on the Rockler website. These panels are very high quality. They are heavy-guage steel with a quality paint job and beefy rubber grommets to keep your work from sliding. I am very pleased with the product. My cabinet works well. The large surface area with my 1 1/2 horsepower dust collector does not give the high volume of airflow I had hoped, but after testing the device by sanding some scrap with a palm sander I found the airflow was sufficient! I didn't experience the annoying airborne dust particles I normally would without this cabinet. I wouldn't recommend building a cabinet any larger than the four-panel configuration unless you have a robust dust collector that moves a lot of air.

Works very well. The rubber grommets...

Myra K from Galesville, WI Posted February 16, 2011
Works very well. The rubber grommets would be better if made of the same texture as the Bench Cookies. After sanding a few pieces the dust on the grommets builds up and the work slips around a bit. For the health conscious, for maximum removal of dust you need the total area of the holes in the sanding table to be more than the area of the collection hose. Thus a 4" hose needs at least 28 holes exposed. I'd be happy to have someone check my math. Because the resistance of multiple small holes is greater than one large duct, more open space is needed! let's guess at 32-35 holes. Less than that and dust will settle out in your system. The catch 22 is that the more holes open the less suction applied to each and the less draw for the dust. So cover up all but the 35 holes closest to your work piece with some tag board or scrap wood.

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I have been ordering from Rockler for almost 20 years and have found their products to be very inexpensive and of high quality. Shipping is fast even when an item is back ordered. The best prices I have found anywhere."

- Orval - 08/07/2012
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