Over the years I've been trying to figure out the best dust collection solutions for my shop, and this is what I have come up with. Plus a couple other non DC related projects.
Table saw dust hoodOpen back dust blocking
Delta 50-760 dust collector with added full-size deck and X brace.
The separator fills up with dust to the bottom of a dust separator plate inside the dust bin, just below the inlet. Dust capacity in the dust bin is about 20 gal. Shown to capacity. Rockwell 34-607 9" Contractors Table Saw This is a smaller version of the 10" Contractors table saw, it is about the size of todays imported plastic and aluminum Jobsite saws. These are great table saws for small shops that are cramped for space.
JET JJ-6OS 6 inch Jointer Dust Collection In my opinion the stock dust port for this machine is very inefficiently setup. so I gave it a new dust hood where the port is directed in a much more efficient direction, inline with the dust chute.
Stock dust port setup
Delta jointer enclosed base dust chute
Delta DC33 22-650 Thickness Planer When I bought this machine, it did not have a dust hood for it. The dust hood that Delta had for it the port pointed straight out the back and center over the outfeed. I decided that I wanted the port off to the side and out of the way of the outfeed.
Custom built portable Router Table I like the design of the Kreg precision benchtop router table, so I built one similar to it. I added a Woodpeckers aluminum plate with aluminum twist lock ring set, and added a Freud fence. This setup is a fairly heavy, so it absorbs vibration, and it is very stable.