3D Printed Table Saw Vacuum Adapter

Chuck Hellebuyck shared on YouTube:

Filament Friday #55 – 3D Printed Ryobi Table Saw Vacuum Adapter on DaVinci Jr and Fabrikator Mini

Chuck creates a vacuum adapter system on his Ryobi 10″ Table saw to help keep the sawdust down. The design was created in Tinkercad and he shows you the steps. He prints it on his DaVinci Jr and then makes a vacuum coupling on his Fabrikator Mini. Watch to see how it all works out on this week’s Filament Friday.

This is designed to work with a low cost Harbor Freight Shop Vacuum.

Vacuum Adapter and Coupling Design on Thingiverse:

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