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xx   LATHE

Tips for sawdust control. (1) Thickness planer collector. (2) Sanding dust collection ideas. (3) Lathe dust hood. (4) Table saw dust trap. (5) Portable router dust hood. (6) Piping for a central dust collection system.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #80 Jun 2000 pg. 62

Vacuum cleaner dust pickup for use when sanding spindles on a lathe fits into the tool rest hole.
SHOPNOTES #46 Jul 1999 (v.8) pg. 5

Two styles of sawdust collectors for use with a wood-turning lathe.
WOOD MAGAZINE #34 Apr 1990 (v.7#2) pg. 21

Tip on using a strong magnet to facilitate positioning a lathe dust hood.
WOOD MAGAZINE #141 Apr 2002 (v.19#3) pg. 37

Vacuum cleaner dust extractor for a lathe features a hood made from a plastic bottle supported by an adjustable wooden arm.
WOODTURNING #29 Feb 1995 pg. 73

Homemade dust collector for use when turning a bowl or other object on a lathe.
WOODTURNING #38 Dec 1995-Jan 1996 pg. 77

Tip describes an easy way to clean up shavings from wood turning.
WOODTURNING #42 May 1996 pg. 77

Tip shows how to build a dust extractor for use with a lathe.
WOODTURNING #44 Jul-Aug 1996 pg. 76

Tip describes how to remove shavings from a hollow form while the lathe is still running.
WOODTURNING #47 Nov 1996 pg. 76

Tip on making a sawdust pickup for a lathe from a plastic jar.
WOODTURNING #63 May 1998 pg. 85

Tip on using a wooden trough and dust extractor to collect wood lathe shavings and dust.
WOODTURNING #74 Apr 1999 pg. 83

A simple stand with a sliding platform attached to a powered dust collector uses interchangeable sheet metal heating duct outlets to collect sawdust generated while lathe turning.
WOODWORK #9 Spring 1991 pg. 18