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Dust port adapter
« on: October 10, 2021, 09:48:32 AM »
Has anyone at Woodland Mills thought about offering some sort of dust port adapter as an accessory? I understand it's tough at the price point, but I wasn't thinking make it a standard option, rather an add-on.

I've only had my HM126 a couple months and nearly all the welds have failed on the round stock at the exhaust port. As I thought about welding them back on, I started to ponder welding on some sort of hook to attach a bucket to catch the dust. That led to thinking about an elbow of some sort to attach a 6 inch hose to a blower motor and a catch barrel. 

I can fab something, or talk to my neighbor who is an HVAC sheet metal fabricator, but a factory option would likely perform much better than what I can come up with.  

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