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Holy1
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Dust collector

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I made up a sawdust collector for my chop saw. Used the awesome Orion and abs.
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Oh!... I like that! My kind of print! Nice work!
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Very nice work, it makes me want one for my chop saw.
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*like*
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Thanks, It's for a 12" Ridgid chop saw if anyone has one and wants the STL.
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Holy1 wrote:Thanks, It's for a 12" Ridgid chop saw if anyone has one and wants the STL.
Thanks, I would like a copy of the STL file.
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Yes, please throw up the .STL. I've got a Ryobi 12" and I'm hoping it might fit. Looks like a similar design and I know the Ryobi is the Rigids little brother. The dust catcher/bag on mine is the cleanest thing on the saw... I don't think a single particle of wood shavings has ever gotten into it.
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That is awesome, love it. When my workshop is properly setup I'll be doing exactly this!
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Tinyhead wrote:Yes, please throw up the .STL. I've got a Ryobi 12" and I'm hoping it might fit. Looks like a similar design and I know the Ryobi is the Rigids little brother. The dust catcher/bag on mine is the cleanest thing on the saw... I don't think a single particle of wood shavings has ever gotten into it.
That one made me chuckle.
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Here is the Vac dust collector STL. I had to split it in two for the Orion but should be fine on a Rostock.

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