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Dust shoe for DeWalt DWP611 router
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This is a dust shoe for the DeWalt DWP611. I tried a few others, but was unwilling to drill and tap my router, and the design by nMackes didn't fit... but I liked the design. So, I took it as a base inspiration, and designed my own. It uses 24 (3 packs) cheap harbor freight rare earth magnets (sku 67488), a 1/4x20 nut and bolt, and (optionally) a 2" hose clamp to secure your 1.25" shopvac hose in place if a friction fit doesn't hold it well enough. For the actual brushes, I'm using some pond liner polypropylene rubber sheet hot glued in place, which I found in the garden department at Home Depot.
Here is a link to the magnets:
I secured them in place with a RVT, but you can probably use some other mechanism for securing them that you favor. Just be sure to get the + and - poles of your magnets lined up correctly when you fit them, and the lower shoe will just snap right into place.
I made two different lower sections, with different bristle lengths, for depending on the endmill length I'm using, as having overly long ones when not needed reduces the effectiveness of the shopvac.
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