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  • Turn any shop vacuum with a 2-1/4'' ID outlet into a 2-stage dust and chip separator. When used with most power tools and shop vacuums, the Dust Right Separator captures sawdust, wood chips, and other debris before it enters your vacuum, preventing the loss of suction power caused by a clogged vacuum filter.

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Same function as a Dust Deputy - uses your shop vac to create a two-stage dust separator. The dust collects in a dedicated container and avoid clogging the filter on your vac. Just ordered mine based on the positive reviews.

This includes all the parts and the container. All you need is the vac.

You can get free shipping using the code V20629 which also gives 15% off regularly-priced items through July 2nd.
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This is a pretty good deal on this particular item.

I have both the Rockler Dust Right, and the Onedia Dust Deputy.

In my experience, the Dust Deputy outperforms the Dust Right for fine particles, but the Dust Right has sooo much more capacity and doesn't need to be emptied as often. Also the Dust Deputy likes to tip over if your hoses aren't supported.

The Rockler product is fine for wood chips and sanding debris pretty well, but doesn't effectively handle drywall dust, and no way ash!

Now - I did build a Thein baffle for my Dust Right which improve the performance quite a bit for smaller particles.

There are a couple good video reviews -
Dust Right vs Dust Deputy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ct5R6_bj80
Dust Deputy vs DuStopper: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10d3FmhosnQ

This is not really much of a comparison but what happens if you try to vacuum something fine like flour (likely similar to ash and drywall dust) -
Dustopper vs Dust Deputy vs Dust Right part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJPfnXc53Uw
Dustopper vs Dust Deputy vs Dust Right part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-zZ-d-l40g
That particular claim was that Dust Right was the best for flour but that doesn't quite match up with my experiences. https://youtu.be/a-zZ-d-l40g?t=805

Regardless, if you use a shop vac a lot and don't have one of these, any of them will help quite a bit, minimizing contamination of the filter and emptying the vacuum itself or replacing a filter bag..

BTW, the Dustopper is arguably ripped-off intellectual property: http://www.jpthien.com/smf/index....pic=1311.0
I'd buy this but half the things I buy on slickdeals are already a dust collector.
2 weeks ago got a DustStopper from HomeDepot for ~$40. Just add a bucket. Works like a charm with sawdust - cleaning the vacuum never was easier than this.

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Thank you! I've been wanting a dust collector that didn't cost $100.
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Where were you last month.. Grrrr great deal
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Thanks!
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Thanks I've been thinking about building the Home Depot triple buckets set up that somebody has on YouTube. but this one might end up being cleaner look
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What is the size & weight? Is it easy to carry around?
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Would this be effective for drywall dust?
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Would this be effective for drywall dust?
If you scroll down to the answered questions in that page one guy says yes one guy says no.

My guess would be no - the YouTube separator I made that is similar to this does not work with fine dust.
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anyone use this for ash? One person on the rockler site says it worked in a fireplace. Thinking of using this for my BBQ.
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Had mine for a couple of years. Love it
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What is the size & weight? Is it easy to carry around?
Very light. 2 pieces of plastic that snap together. You just roll it and the vacuum around with you.
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Had mine for a couple of years. Love it
sorry, but have you tried this on ash?
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2 weeks ago got a DustStopper from HomeDepot for ~$40. Just add a bucket. Works like a charm with sawdust - cleaning the vacuum never was easier than this.
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