I finally figured out why they put that dust collection spigot under the table on the bandsaw. Can't be for collecting dust as it doesn't to that.
Can't see a big difference between when I have the DC hooked up or when I forget to...
After resawing some Ash 4" X 4" timbers to make 1/8" slats for laminating (yet another) curved piece for that old Model T Towncar... The DC hose was connected and whiring away and yet the dust was piled all about, but the hose was in easy reach and the DC already turned on so I was able to clean up my mess w/o walking around searching for the hose , etc. It were there within reach and easy to get at. Thats it, its not a DC port, its a DC hose holder... Neat Idea, Eh(?)
Anybody got a decent plan or successful approach? One that doesn't involve chopping into the saw and making an abortion of the cabinet?