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. Starting with the table saw. Designing a much more efficient dust hood for under the saw then whats available was first on my list. Then partially blocking the open back of the saw in a user friendly fashion, where nothing is in the way when tilting the blade. To fill the voids between the top of the cabinet and the underside of the cast iron top I used closed cell foam strips and double sided tape to adhere it to the top of the cabinet. The bevel slot in the front of the cabinet can be covered with magnetic sign material. The partially open back now draws air in when the dust collector is hooked up to the saw, making it difficult for the fine dust to escape out the back. The dust collector I added an onboard second stage dust separator.
Rockwell 34-607 9" Contractors Table Saw 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 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 poorly setup. So I designed and fabricated a much more efficient dust hood for it that flows better with the dust ramp.
Delta DC33 22-650 Thickness Planer When I bought this machine, it did not have a dust hood for it. So once again I decide to build one. The original dust hood the port was in the center and pointed straight out over the outfeed. I decided that I wanted the port off to the side and out of the way.
Custom built portable Router Table I like the design of the Kreg precision benchtop router table, so I built one similar to it with adjustable rubber feet, and added a Freud fence, and a Woodpecker's aluminum plate with aluminum ring set. This setup is a fairly heavy, so it absorbs vibration, and it is very stable.