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OVERARM BLADE COVER SYSTEM WITH DUST COLLECTION Designed for use with 10\" to 14\" table saws Built-in dust collection system with 4\" dust collector hook-up and large transparent blade cover for more efficient dust collection 4\" main boom with telescopic 3\" inner boom 3\" lip on extension table is required for installation Table saw, dust collector and 4\" dust collector hose not included
Provides protection around the blade and collects above-table dust, reducing the chance of injury and minimizing the amount of airborne carcinogenic dust. Independent lateral sides minimize blade exposure, and the low profile guard allows for cuts as narrow as 3/4 of an inch. Anti-kickback pawls reduce the likelihood of kick-back. Tool-free, one lever operation allows the users to quickly and easily switch between blade guard and riving knife when making different kinds of cuts. Compatible with SawStop Overarm Dust Collection, Compatible with ICS/PCS/CNS only
Protects you from hazardous table saw debris Hood is constructed from one piece, clear shatterproof plastic Accepts saw blades up to 16 \" Can use with dado blades. Allows tilts for 45degree cuts Adjusts easily to suit thickness of material being cut Accommodates splitter and anti-kickback pawls Connects to a standard 4\" duct system Boom extends to a full 83\" Can be mounted to ceiling for maximum clearance Easy setup and adjustment Easily swings out of the way Sturdy steel mast and boom construction Connects to 4\" dust hoseClose Features and Specifications:
This heavy-duty overarm blade guard from SawStop is designed to protect the operator's hands while also removing above-table dust. Since the guard ''floats'' above the table, it can be used for both traditional through-cuts as well as joinery cuts like rabbets, dados and grooves. The transparent blade cover provides clear visibility and is easily raised out of the way for blade access via the scissor-action lift mechanism. In addition, the rigid steel overarm swings smoothly out of the away when needed. Compatible with 36'' and 52'' versions of SawStop CNS, PCS and ICS table saws. Also fits ICS Mobile Base.
Learn how to build an overarm dust collector to retrofit your table saw for improved dust collection. A lot of the dust generated by the table saw comes off the back of the blade and this shop made overarm collector helps capture that dust. This video is a follow up to my original \"4 Table Saw Dust Collection Upgrades\" video by popular request.
The table saw can be one of the biggest sources of dust in a wood shop if it isn't equipped with proper dust collection. Having dust collection below the table isn't enough since a lot of dust will come upwards off the back of the blade which goes into the air and lands all over everything in your shop. A lot of newer table saws have above the blade dust collection but older saws aren't equipped with it. This video shows how I built my overarm dust collector for my Delta contractors table saw and the materials that I used. The overarm dust collector is height adjustable to suit the thickness of the material that you are cutting. It can also be used with a cross cut sled which was one of my main design criteria. A lot of overarm dust collectors or over the blade dust collectors won't work with a cross cut sled which means you can't capture the dust from the top of the blade when you're using a sled. This overarm collector doesn't function as a guard since the front of the blade is still exposed but that is necessary to use the collector with the cross cut sled.
's get placed here -->XReplies xmike Jan 14, 2009 10:27pm #1I have the eExcalibur (sp) and it works fine, swings out of the way when I need to use my sled, and guards nicely. One point that you might consider at install time is to be sure that you get the vacuum pickup portion more over the blade than not. Mine does a fair job of collecting dust, but I'm not sure if it would'nt do better if I had it set so that the center of the dust pickup was directly over the blade.
The dust collection works very well when the guard can be set down close to the work. That's a big advantage over anything else I've worked with on a tablesaw. I'm not so worried about it as a blade guard because I work safely and always have. I mostly wanted it for the dust collection. The \"blade guard\" aspect of it is just a little bonus.
It looks as though you've got a very similar arrangement to the one I have, with the router table to the left of the blade. It seems like many saws with router tables attached have them on the right. I like it on the left though, and the way you've got the dust collection set up it makes it easy to pop a hose from the PSI over to the router table's fence for collection there. Nice idea. Thanks for posting that photo.
Zolton, I originally hung that router table on hinges off the left side, the big advantage being that it served as additional stock support, but could be dropped if I needed floor space. The dust collection got added later when I built that primitive box-on-legs. Love the extra support over there on the left.
I don't have a secondary, under-table dust collection system on my router table. The one on the fence works to capture nearly all the dust and chips. I don't even wear a mask anymore when routing. Of course this is only for edge routing, which seems to be the only type I do on my router table. I'm going to post some photos of my setup in a little while. I'm downloading the photos I took earlier this morning.. 1e1e36bf2d