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Dust Right Router Table Dust Bucket with Dual Port

Captures dust and debris from both above and below your router table—included Dual Port lets you attach a hose to the fence port.

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Our Dust Right® Router Table Dust Bucket works in tandem with the included 4'' and 2-1/2'' ports to capture routing debris from both above and below the table. Enjoy maximum dust collection while routing rabbets, dados, dovetails and more. The bucket features a smooth-swinging door with a magnetic catch for for easy access to the router, anti-vibration pads, a sturdy metal cord retainer with a pivoting hatch, and an adjustable vent to prevent boards from suctioning to the table. The bucket is easy to assemble, and the mounting tabs can be attached to any side for the most convenient fit with your router table. Fits most routers, including large plunge routers.


  • Surrounds a table-mounted router and connects to 4'' dust collection system and 2-1/2'' fence port to capture nearly all routing dust and debris
  • Compatible with most full-size router tables, routers and router lifts
  • Door with magnetic catch allows easy access to router
  • Dual Dust Port can be mounted on side or back to fit your situation
  • Adjustable vent allows suction control
  • Mounting flanges with anti-vibration pads can be positioned on sides or front and back
  • Adjustable cord retainer ensures leak-free fit
  • Durable powder-coated steel
  • ABS port connects to a 4'' hose, our Dust Right® 4'' Quick Change Handle (#55027, sold separately) and a 2-1/2'' dust hose

Important Note: For use only with a 4'' dust collection system that generates at least 650 CFM. Not compatible with shop vacuums.

  • Dust Right Router Table Dust Bucket with Dual Port
  • (1) Router Table Dust Bucket
  • (1) Vent Assembly
  • (1) Dual Dust Port
  • (44) #8-3/8'' Screws
More Information
Brand Dust Right
Weight 13.0000
Tech Spec
  • Material: Steel
  • Finish: Blue powder-coat
  • Bucket Width: 13''
  • Bucket Depth: 10''
  • Bucket Height: 13''
  • Mounting Tab Width: 1-1/2''
4.4 / 5.0
7 Reviews
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Amazing dust collection...Router lift recommended if you are using a large router
Amazing dust collection when connected to a 4" hose and proper dust collector. FYI - If you plan to use with the big Triton router, you'll need a router lift or to drill your router table plate and use the Triton adjustment winder. With the dustbucket installed you cannot fit your hand around the adjustment handle.
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Added Jan 21, 2020
January 22, 2020
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great product!
The "bucket" was well packaged, and easy to assemble, well built also, heavier than I anticipated, not a bad thing.

The challenge was my Benchdog cast router table extension, and mounting the Bucket to it. The bucket is really designed to mount to a traditional router table where you can screw it to the bottom side. The 1/4" holes on the bottom of my extension were about 19" or so between centers side to side, and about 12" front to back(from the router table perspective). These were well outside of the dimensions of the Dust Bucket so I had to come up with a plan to extend the mounting ears. I had pulled out some 2" strap and initially thought I would weld some extensions on the mounting ears to make up the difference. I've been working on a house project and have a bunch of left over 3/4 Birch ply laying around, happened to have a piece about the right size sitting right by the saw and it struck me, why not make a "plate" out of the 3/4" ply that would bolt to the router table mounting holes, and allow me to screw the dust bucket to it, and so that is what I did. Took about 15 minutes to cut, drill, and mount the plate to test fit it, then pulled it off, mounted the bucket and reinstalled it.

Ran some initial cuts and as expected, there is no longer any mess under the router table. I'm quite pleased with it so far.

One comment I have seen from others is that the sheet metal screw points will bite you if you stick your hand in the bucket to move dust out. And in fact they do, so I decided there is really no reason to move the dust out by hand.
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Added Jan 19, 2020
January 19, 2020
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
New install and some ideas for improvement.
Haven't had a chance to install it yet but I am sure it will work great. I would have like to see them have a hose and small blast gate included in the package. As it is now if you don't use a fence for what you are routering you are just sucking shop air thru the fence connection.
January 9, 2020
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Dust Right really is!
Collects chips/dust very well on my Rockler Router table, in conjunction with the fence port. Thanks also to Woodworkers Journal for the drawer cabinet and bit rack inspiration.
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November 25, 2019
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works good but.
I really wanted to give this a 5 star rating it was easy to assemble and everything lined up perfect but that where it changed. If you are installing it on an open stand you wont have a problem, but if you are putting it on a shop built stand look out. I'm a cabinet maker and all 4 of my stands are top of the line. the problem was I was installing a lift and new table top could not screw the top down the dust bucket was totally in the way. If you remove the dust bucket and screw the top down the dust bucket would not tilt enough to fit in the table. I ended up cutting 1/4" off the face frame at the top. I used the side vacuum hookup installed blast gate on both outlets works good just a lot of work in a closed router table but it will help with dust cleanup and that is what its for.
December 29, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Dust Right Router table dust bucket
The box or bucket apperars to work well. However, I would not recommend the router table. Its not flat and the work catches on the slots. Junk!
December 16, 2019
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
router dust collection
Installed in my router wing extension on the table saw. A couple of things that would improve it are to make the flanges for the air port and dust connection square so the can be turned. With the small dust port coming out the top and no cap provided if you are not using the fence you need to make you own cap. No way to install a blast gate at the small port. Second the cord cover seams to be sized fro a very small trim router not a table mounted unit.
December 8, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
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Why did you choose this?
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Making new router table with 2 routers.
Christopher W on Jan 24, 2020
Hope it contains the mess
Gale H on Jan 8, 2020
Making new router table with 2 routers.
Christopher W on Jan 24, 2020
To add to my router table
GEORGE B C on Jan 10, 2020
Hope it contains the mess
Gale H on Jan 8, 2020
I need it .
Jason O on Dec 31, 2019
Help keep router and area cleaner
Alvin D on Dec 29, 2019
Trying to keep my basement shop clean.
J.K. on Dec 28, 2019
20% discount and free shipping. Looks like it should work well to decrease the mess I make with fence port collection only.
George on Dec 24, 2019
Could not pass it up with 20% off and free shipping.
James J on Dec 22, 2019
my husband wants this for Christmas
A O on Dec 14, 2019
I made the mistake of not buying this in the first place. While I don't mind making stuff for the shop, I'm more interested in making other stuff. With out this...nothing but a mess on the underside of the table.
william j on Dec 13, 2019
because I needed it for my router table
clinton m on Dec 8, 2019
Looks like it will do a great job. Hope I don't have to wait long since it's over sold.
Debbie W on Nov 1, 2019
To add to my router table
GEORGE B C on Jan 10, 2020
I need it .
Jason O on Dec 31, 2019
Will this fit a benchtop Kreg router table?
Betsy C on Nov 16, 2019
BEST ANSWER: With a little modification it will fit the Kreg table. You just need to add some wood strips to the support bars on the underside of the table.
Do you plan to offer this as a kit w/hose & connector to your router table fences as you did with the old model?
Richard B on Nov 7, 2019
will this mount to the benchdog castiron router table table saw extension and how does it get mounted?
kelly L on Dec 12, 2019
Does it easily mount to Bench Dog Tools 40-102 ProMax Cast Iron Router Table Extension?
Paul M on Jan 7, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Sorry I cannot help you, I don’t have that setup.
Is this compatible with the Kreg PRS2100 Bench Top Router Table?
Greg N on Dec 24, 2019
BEST ANSWER: No just sent the one I purchased back they have a good return policy.
Will this work with a jet table saw?
GERALD M on Nov 16, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Unlikely without modifications to your table saw. I have an older Craftsman saw and I used a 14x14 table saw hood #88478. I had to transfer the holes from the saw base to the hood and was able to attach a 4” hose to the bottom. I had to close up the back around the belt drive. Do not close up the base to make it air tight. You need to allow makeup air in for the vacuum to draw properly.
This item will not attach to the Rockler cast iron table. Is there another bracket that I need to attach it to the cast iron table? It's designed for the flat MDF or Phenolic table. The bottom of the cast iron table is not solid, it is nothing but webbing.
Steve P on Dec 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: There are 4 screw points on the bottom of the cast iron table, two get used to hang the fence. Is there any orientation of the mounting tabs that will line up to those holes? If so, you could thread a couple nuts onto the hooks and then use two bolts to fill the remaining two holes.
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