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It was a bit if a leading question...
Most, if not all, European table saws do not use dado stacks...
They are actually illegal with a health and safety risk (OSHA).

So routers, or circular saw type dado saws are used.

I gave no idea if the deWalt table saw stops fast enough to spin off the dado stack from the arbor... so the router fence may be a viable option for dados.
i would never put a dado stack on a jobsite type saw like David has.
I also think i would do dado's with a hand held router and a t-square over a router table or jobsite saw.

I guess it depends on the size of the piece of wood that was being dado'd. But if i only had the option of a jobsite saw, i would just do multiple passes with a single blade.

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I don't believe the DeWalt can use a dado stack.
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I guess it depends on the size of the piece of wood that was being dado'd. But if i only had the option of a jobsite saw, i would just do multiple passes with a single blade.
I would probably do it like that, too.

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"like a glove"



This vac is quite beefy! It just barely slides under there, though I will need to cut that shelf back a bit to be able to get it in and out more comfortably.

I'm going to pick up more plywood today and get this thing nice and rigid!

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David - can't wait to see it!
It occurs to me that much of the need for dados will be within the reach of an edge guide. David has two other routers that could be used with an edge guide or clamp guides to make the dados easy and accurate.
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David - can't wait to see it!
It occurs to me that much of the need for dados will be within the reach of an edge guide. David has two other routers that could be used with an edge guide or clamp guides to make the dados easy and accurate.
The are many ways to do it, from cheap to expensive.

I would personally avoid the dado stack.
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Man, I'm almost embarrassed to post this after seeing your cart, but wanted to say you were the number one inspiration for tackling this and getting it started! Still need to wrap the sides and build an outfeed table, but was nice to get going on the project.






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Man, I'm almost embarrassed to post this after seeing your cart, but wanted to say you were the number one inspiration for tackling this and getting it started! Still need to wrap the sides and build an outfeed table, but was nice to get going on the project.
Looks great man! Post up more pics when get it wrapped up and stuff...

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Some progress:





See the grooves I routered out to be able to fit the vacuum







I didn't cut out the back panel yet, because I still need to figure out the vacuum hose routing and where the electrical will be mounted... Also, left the front and the back open until I get the router lift in and figure out what else I want to do with this cart.

With the 1/2" birch ply wrap on only two side so far, this thing is a freakin' tank!!!


I decided to paint it black, I want the whole thing to be black and yellow.

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Just came across this, going to use this and change it a bit for myself



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Very cool! Post up pics on what you come with...

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Some progress:
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See the grooves I routered out to be able to fit the vacuum



I didn't cut out the back panel yet, because I still need to figure out the vacuum hose routing and where the electrical will be mounted... Also, left the front and the back open until I get the router lift in and figure out what else I want to do with this cart.
...
I decided to paint it black, I want the whole thing to be black and yellow.


Looks great, David! And Wow, that Vac *just* fit!


Those Harbor Freight storage bin breifcases are just about the perfect Black & Yellow matching DeWalt colors for under the router.

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David - That thing looks solid! I can't wait to see it painted with everything installed.
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Looks great, David! And Wow, that Vac *just* fit!
Those Harbor Freight storage bin breifcases are just about the perfect Black & Yellow matching DeWalt colors for under the router.
Thanks and those bins do look perfect!


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David - That thing looks solid! I can't wait to see it painted with everything installed.
Thanks and me to! Can't wait to get that router lift in my hands...

I need to work on routing the vac hoses for the saw and router, to where it's easy and convenient for use, AND doesn't stick out past the sides of the cart.

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David, check this out for your router bit storage. You could make a covered drawer or slide-out tray in the stand under your router lift/motor...

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David, check this out for your router bit storage. You could make a covered drawer or slide-out tray in the stand under your router lift/motor...

Very cool! Actually, to the right of the router will be power and vacuum hoses, but to the left will be storage for bits and stuff. Something like that would work well, I think...
I had planned on taking a strip of plywood and drilling 1/4" and 1/2" holes to push the bits into for storage.

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How crazy should I go with vac hoses??

I have been looking at different ways of routing the hoses - running two hoses, Y fittings, gates, etc..

Do I need to make it complicated?

I was thinking I could run two hoses out of a Y fitting at the vac, add a gate at the saw's hose end to close when using the router, and then just cap the routers hose when using the saw.

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The only thing you need to know about vac hoses is that

1) the larger the hose ID
2) the shorter the hose and
3) the fewer and gentler the turns

the better suction you will have at the port(s)

That being said, blast gates are good!!

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The only thing you need to know about vac hoses is that

1) the larger the hose ID
2) the shorter the hose and
3) the fewer and gentler the turns

the better suction you will have at the port(s)

That being said, blast gates are good!!
I am not trying to brag, but I think my hose is pretty big! Lol

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