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Dust Collection & Air Filtration

Woodshop Dust Collection System Options

For many of us woodworkers, installing adequate dust collection in the woodshop is the equivalent of eating our vegetables: we know it’s good for us, but other items on the menu seem a lot more appetizing. But opting out of dust collection ultimately creates a health hazard.

At-home versus Industrial Dust-Collection Systems

Dealing with dust doesn’t have to be difficult or outrageously expensive. Rockler has worked hard to make dust collection an easy add-on to any woodworking machine. We offer a wide variety of dust collector options for any size of woodshop. We offer:

  • Wall-Mount Dust Collectors
  • Canister Dust Collectors
  • HEPA Dust Extractors

Don’t let your tools collect dust; instead, put them to good use without worrying about the dust flying from woodworking. Buy a handy dust collector, and start collecting dust the right way—safely housed where neither you nor workshop visitors breathe it.

Related Dust-Collection Articles

Rockler is your go-to source for expert woodworking knowledge you can trust. While you wait for your dust collector to arrive, read our blog articles and advice for setting up dust collection in your woodshop. Check out our blog to find more articles on all things woodworking.