Since this original post, I added an overhead dust collection arm with a light. I also rolled a video giving a tour of the final setup. You might find the video good to see what all this is about especially for the dust collection. The construction details are here, though, for the router table dust box and insert; the other article gives details on constructing the overhead dust collection arm (which is fantastic now that I've used it for a long time).This week, I posted about the dust collection setup on my SawStop on one forum and posted about the router extension wing on another. Both are related so I thought to combine the photos of both posts for a more cohesive (!?) description.
First, the SawStop PCS comes with a right extension wing that fits between the SawStop fence rails; it's like a torsion box with one skin on top. I had a Woodpeckers stand-alone router table top I had been using for a long time. To save space and double up on dust collection, I installed it in the right wing. I have the 30" fence.
Before describing some details of how it's put together, a tour of the features.
Normally the back of the saw doesn't look so "hosey". The main black hose to the saw cabinet it typically tucked up near it, the router fence hose tucked underneath the table, and the excess green hose under the dust box, but I wanted it to be clear.
Further you'll notice in the previous picture that the hose off the guard comes straight off. This is a problem as your stock will catch it. When I use it, I set the fence then drape it over the end of the fence. A better solution I plan to try very soon is to attach a suction hose holder to the end of the fence; the block of oak at the end of the fence will receive a hole for the holder which should keep the hose high above the table and allow the hose to glide through it during fence adjustments. It will be an experiment. Barring that, I'll just put a long 3/4" oak dowel sticking straight up so I can more easily hook the hose to it.
Now, some details on how it's built.
No, I didn't do that; I used a TS-75 :)
You can see the top has 2 connector bolts through it. Those attach the top to the frame (previous picture shows the connector near the fence rail). The advantage of these bolts is that they facilitate shimming the table top higher than the frame to make the routing surface coplanar with the rest of the saw deck.
Yes, sorry, I paint shop stuff. :)