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Dust Right Router Table Dado Dust Chute

Award winning product captures the jet of dust that shoots out of the dado while routing—bristles extend above the table to stop dust in its tracks.

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If you've ever routed dados on the router table, you know that the conventional dust port doesn't do much good. Since the dado itself encapsulates the router bit, the dust gets shot out of the dado sideways, well out of range of the fence port. Rockler has solved the problem with the Dado Dust Chute, a clever device that attaches to the side of your router table to capture the jet of dust before it ever hits the floor. Adjustable bristles in the Dust Chute can be raised just above the table to stop the dust as it shoots over the edge, but the bristles bend easily out of the way as you slide your workpiece across the table. Once installed, you can leave it in place, since the integral blast gate lets you close it off when not needed, and the bristles can be easily lowered if necessary.


  • Captures the dust stream that shoots out of the dado or groove while routing
  • Secondary chute catches dust that falls through fence-mounting slots in router table
  • Adjustable bristles stop dust as it shoots off the edge of the table
  • Bristles also clear debris from the routed groove without interfering with workpiece movement, and retract when not in use
  • Built-in blast gate allows you to regulate suction and close off the chute when not needed
  • Accepts 2-1/2'' dust hose
  • Mounting screws included
  • Patent pending

Note: Requires a minimum 3'' table overhang along the installation edge.

(1) Dust Right Router Table Dado Dust Chute
More Information
Brand Dust Right
Weight 1.3000
Tech Spec
  • Compatible Dust Hose Diameter: 2-1/2''
  • Brush Height Range: Approximately 0'' to 1-1/2''
  • Overall Dimensions: 7-3/4''W x 6-1/2''D x 5-1/2''H
  • Minimum Table Overhang: 3''
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mounting is simple
works very well catches router dust when grooving drawer sides and front. brush dose a good job of stopping dust and clearing dado
July 3, 2020
3 weeks ago
Woodworking Experience:
A real winner!!!
Works perfect!!! Well designed and easy to install and set up... the adjustable brush system works great and helps to catch more chips while not restricting sending the piece through... very nice and really is a great addition to my dust collection system...
June 22, 2020
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
great idea!
Awesome! Perfect for grabbing the dust when routing a trench
June 5, 2020
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Router dust chute for dados
When I purchased this I was a little skeptical. The product proved me wrong. I merely connected this to another dust post on my collection system and caught the waste that would've went all over the floor had it not been for this product. Genius!!!
June 3, 2020
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
dust right router table dado dust chute
It does exactly what it was designed to do . great invention !
June 1, 2020
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Good craftsmanship.
It does a good job, I am using my old big craftsman router so some of the chips fly higher than the stopper but it gets most of them,
May 31, 2020
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Dust Right Router Table Dado Dust Chute
I installed it on my DIY router table and with a little adjustment was able to mount it. works as expected and I love it. thank you
May 25, 2020
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Love this for the routing table. Does a great job getting the saw dust that shoots out when making through dovetails and dados.
May 20, 2020
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Router table dust chute
Works great, catches the dust very well.
May 17, 2020
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Dust Right Router Table ado Dust Chute
Great asset in keeping the dust under control. I was amazed by the amount of chips a small dado cut makes and this collected them all.
May 13, 2020
3 months ago
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Why did you choose this?
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I have other dust collection systems by Rockler and they work great! Anything to keep saw dust down in the shop!
Cristy E on Jul 1, 2020
To control the dust in the shop.
David S on Jun 28, 2020
I have other dust collection systems by Rockler and they work great! Anything to keep saw dust down in the shop!
Cristy E on Jul 1, 2020
I chose this item to help control dust in my workshop.
Steve L on Jul 1, 2020
To control the dust in the shop.
David S on Jun 28, 2020
Clean shop and safety.
Thomas T on Jun 27, 2020
MARK C on Jun 26, 2020
looks like a very cool innovation
Mark on Jun 24, 2020
couldn,t find them locally
Fred M on Jun 23, 2020
hope this instead hauling shop vac.
John G on Jun 20, 2020
Worth a try
Rickey S on Jun 19, 2020
I needed a better to collect the Router Dust.
Robert S on Jun 17, 2020
Just thought I would try it.
Les S on Jun 14, 2020
I know I need it, and looks well thought out
Gordon L on Jun 13, 2020
This will be the final piece for a clean efficient router table set up.
Mikhail T on Jun 8, 2020
on sale
Ken S on Jun 6, 2020
GENE B on Jun 2, 2020
Improve dust collection from my new table router.
Charles H on Jun 1, 2020
dust flies all over when dado-ing. hopefully this will catch the dust.<br />I see that others had trouble when attaching and that parts may fail.<br />no way to tell right now if it will work as expected.
Steve H on May 30, 2020
Dado cutting is my biggest dust issue.
Terrence R on May 29, 2020
I already have the portable Router Table and when I was cutting a Dado the dust shooting off the edge of the table was substantial, hopefully this dust chute will minimize this.
Marc E on May 29, 2020
great idea and just in time for a project I'm working on
Bill B on May 29, 2020
A creative way to collect debris from dado cuts which channel the dust down the cut to the left side of the router table.
Verne on May 29, 2020
great for clean up
anthony m on May 29, 2020
Too much sawdust to clean up otherwise!
WILLIAM H on May 28, 2020
To help with dust Collection
Bill A on May 27, 2020
Tired of sweeping up massive amounts of dust!
Greg R on May 21, 2020
As it's name implies, it will remove the dust from the edge on dado's, which my router table does not now have the ability to do now.
Dan N on May 19, 2020
Should really help my dust control and cleanup at my router table. Thanks.
Robert J T on May 15, 2020
This is a Birthday Gift
Phillp R. K on May 14, 2020
to help collect dust from my router and cut down on dust on the floor
Dell T on May 13, 2020
excellent idea , no more mess!
Jesus A on May 8, 2020
seems like a good idea
Helen C. O on May 7, 2020
Much less dust from router table. Less clean up
Basil P on May 7, 2020
I am tired of vacuuming one whole section of my shop because of the the spread of dust after routing out mortises.
Foster M on May 6, 2020
Cut down the chip mess made when doing larger jobs.
MICHAEL L on May 5, 2020
gotta have it
Lee S on May 5, 2020
needed it
David B on May 5, 2020
Doing a lot of router work and felt this would help contain the mess!
Glen on May 3, 2020
This appears it will work better than my current setup
michael m on Apr 30, 2020
needed to control dust
JAMES E T on Apr 29, 2020
Looks like a handy addition to the existing dust pick-up on the table
John B on Apr 29, 2020
I think it will work great with my router table.
Ed S on Apr 15, 2020
To help keep a cleaner shop when routing dovetails or dado's.
Curt W on Apr 10, 2020
I am hoping it helps keep my work space cleaner.
TOM E on Apr 5, 2020
Looks like a cool product to help keep the shop clean
Mark Z on Apr 4, 2020
Added to router table
Larry G on Mar 30, 2020
A solution to a problem.
Donald D on Mar 24, 2020
Stop a big mess
James Y on Mar 20, 2020
this looks like a solution to a problem with chip control.
J L on Mar 19, 2020
eliminate a big mess
James Y on Mar 14, 2020
Thought I would give it a try. I was actually going to build this type of device but....
Lou on Mar 11, 2020
I chose this item to help control dust in my workshop.
Steve L on Jul 1, 2020
Clean shop and safety.
Thomas T on Jun 27, 2020
How do you mount it? If it has to be screwed on from under the table, then it seems to me that every time you move the router fence you will need to get under the table drill new piolet holes to move and remount it. Am I missing somthing? If this is the case it seems like a lot of hasel.
Grizz on Dec 29, 2019
BEST ANSWER: you don’t need to move this. It’s supose to be down stream of the router bit. When you move your fence the router bid doesn’t move so thus you don’t have to move it. I’m hopping to get mine as soon as they’re back in stock.
I have a Bosch RA1181 router table. Is there a similar product that will attach to that table?
Robert K on Mar 22, 2020
BEST ANSWER: This product solved a huge problem for me by catchng about 90% of the dado sawdust produced. I believe this is a unique product, in that I've not seen another like it. It's made from plastic, but that makes it light and enables it to be secured using only 2 screws fastened from below, up into the underside of the table. Attaching it directly to an extruded aluminum table may take more effort than you want. But perhaps you could find a way to use a piece of scrap wood (½ or ⅜ in ply?) between them.
I have an aluminum table. Will it work on it?
Buster on May 5, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Buster, as long as you have a an overhang of at least 3" and the ability to drill and tap holes for the included #8 x 3/4" screws, the chute will mount correctly on the table.
How does it attach to the router table?
Ramala on Feb 10, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I have not mounted it yet but comes with 2 screws and is mounted to the underside of the router table with these screwsEnter
I have the Bench Dog cast iron router table and enclosed steel cabinet, purchased at Rockler. Is this adaptable?
David M on Jun 13, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The cast iron table and steel cabinet will make this a more difficult installation. First there is a minimum 3" overhang of the table to the steel cabinet to contend with on the left side (referenced facing the table from the front). Hole would need to be cut into the cabinet if the clearance is not there. Second is the fastening to the underside of the cast iron table. The collector is designed to fasten to a composite/wood type tablettop. Drilling and tapping screw holes would be required in the cast iron (Note I'm not familiar with the Bench Dog cast iron table). Or perhaps a plywood block could be epoxied to the underside for mounting? Directions say to center the collector inline with the router bit. The opening for the collector is almost 7" so offsetting it front or back and inch or so will not much matter. Also the collector is plastic and drilled easily for other screw locations if need be. Doesn't sound like a 10 minute install in your case. Good luck!
Any suggestions for mounting to a Kreg router table? It does not fit.
Dannotti on Mar 15, 2020
BEST ANSWER: You didn't say what model of Kreg router table you have but I looked at the pictures on the Kreg site. Appears you will be hard pressed to get the collector to fit on the benchtop router table. Appears to be very little overhand to screw the collector to. On the Precision router table it appears there would be enough of the table overhang to install it. The plastic on the collector that attaches to the underside of the of the table can easily be cut/modified to fit. I do not have either of Kreg's router tables nor familiar with them. The benchtop model does not look to be easily modified to make the collector fit. Would it be possible to but spacers under the table to raise the table off the metal base so the collector could slide in? Good luck.
What connector would I need to install this to my 4" dust collector system?
Duane H on Mar 6, 2020
BEST ANSWER: A 2 1/4 inch OD swivel adapter on the end of 1 1/2 inch ID hose, both sold by Rockler.
I just got mine mounted, & I LOVE it. Only question i have is how to keep from hurting yourself, watching it work so efficiently!?
Ross L on Mar 5, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Wear lots and lots of safety equipment - don't forget the feather boards and eye protection :-)
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