Dust-Collecting Router Table Fence Downloadable Plan

Routing particleboard or MDF without dust collection is like standing in the desert during a sand storm. The air becomes a hazy mess, your router table and floor are covered with fine dust and-worst of all-what's in the air ends up all over you. This fence provides shelter from the "storm" by drawing dust and chips away at the source.

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