How to Make a Drill Press Dust Collection Jig with Scrap Wood and PVC Pipe
posted on June 1, 2008 by Woodworker's Journal
Pivoting PVC pipe dust collection jig This simple dust collection jig doesn't require much in the way of materials or time, but keeps your drill press clean effectively.

I’ve improved dust and chip collection considerably at my drill press using this adjustable jig for my shop vac hose. The hose port friction-fits into a couple of lengths of PVC pipe solvent-welded to an elbow. The pipe slides back and forth in a bracket made of scrap. A wingbolt tightens against the pipe, so I can move and lock the pipe closer or further from the drill bit as needed. The pipe bracket mounts to a base made of plywood with a pivot joint for added adjustability. It attaches to a T-track on my drill press table with a star knob and bolt. Now, I can direct suction right where I need it.

posted on June 1, 2008 by Woodworker's Journal
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