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I am looking for the picture of a router table with a Dust collection system in the back drop. I believe there is a child in the foreground showing off his dad and his handy work. I would like to ask them a few questions. I found it the one time and lost the location or who made it. Any help in locating the picture or the people who built would much appreciated.

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Hey Greg, I think you looked at mine. I can answer any questions for you if it was mine you saw.

Yes, Justin your is the one.

After looking at all your pictures I am quite impressed. I too would like to put in a dust collection system along one wall and into the can and then out into the open air outside that is.

I have several questions but the one I wanted to know about first was How does that dust collection system "trash can" perform? I bought one and have yet to set it up. Do you have it attached to a vaccum or a dust collector? In order for you to understand what my questions are I will take some pictures of what I have and what my ideas are.  

Where did you get the plans for the table itself? I would like to modify the plans a bit. Again I will take pictures and post them and share my ideas. I have limited space and would like to just use the top half. mounting it on a I guess it would be a buffet thingy.

Thanks for responding.

justin waldron said:

Hey Greg, I think you looked at mine. I can answer any questions for you if it was mine you saw.

Greg,

    Here is the site I got the plans from, there's a cut list and everything here.  http://www.crestonwood.com/router.htm The trash can lid works very well!!  I use it with a dust collector and I am very impressed on how it catches all of the big chips and the fine dust goes to the collector bag. 

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