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Makita

Model 193036-7

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Dust Collector Hood for 2012NB

$23.99 /each

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The Makita Dust Collector Hood connects the Makita planer to a dust collector system. The hood is engineered for quick and easy set up to the Makita 2012NB planer. The hood provides easy hook up to a portable vacuum system.

  • Connects planer to dust collector system
  • Engineered for quick attachment to planer
  • 2.875 in. O.D. x 2.625 in. I.D. measurements for connecting to hose
  • For use with Makita planer model 2012NB

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received hood today and the outlet is 3",(as noted by other reviewers) not 2-1/2". What HD adapter will convert to 2-1/2" hose?

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December 14, 2015
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I just posted a review - sending the text for your ref. see website for photos
"I bought the hood knowing there was some options for the mismatched size of the hood and standard 2-1/2" vacuum hoses. I found what I think is a better means to adapt the two - it looks like a factory connection and does not require taping, clamping, etc. The adapter is a rubber cap for sewer pipe, found in the plumbing Read More
I just posted a review - sending the text for your ref. see website for photos
"I bought the hood knowing there was some options for the mismatched size of the hood and standard 2-1/2" vacuum hoses. I found what I think is a better means to adapt the two - it looks like a factory connection and does not require taping, clamping, etc. The adapter is a rubber cap for sewer pipe, found in the plumbing department (made by 'PlumbQwik' Part No. PQC-102). Cost was $3.30. If you cut out a hole in the closed end to form a bushing, it fills the gap between the dust collector and the hose exactly. It allows for an air tight connection, flexibility in the fitting and you can barely even see it. See the photos for clarity. This really should be provided by Makita with the duct." Read Less
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December 12, 2015
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Get a shop vac tagalong hose kit and the connector with the red locking tab will fit inside of it almost perfectly. It could probably use a layer of duct tape to make it fit very snug. I spent about an hour looking around Home Depot for any type of PVC or rubber reducer and could not find anything that fit. Read More
Get a shop vac tagalong hose kit and the connector with the red locking tab will fit inside of it almost perfectly. It could probably use a layer of duct tape to make it fit very snug. I spent about an hour looking around Home Depot for any type of PVC or rubber reducer and could not find anything that fit. http://m.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-7-ft-Tug-A-Long-Wet-Dry-Vacuum-Hose-for-RIDGID-Wet-Dry-Vacuums-VT1720/202077240?cm_mmc=SEM%7CTHD%7CG%7C0%7CG-VF-PLA%7C&gclid=Cj0KEQiAqK-zBRC2zaXc8MOiwfIBEiQAXPHrXutAkhDDMM8U6wTleHNKcU9F1xJ-M4xOFLYp74CrxSAaAvrZ8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds Read Less
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El Centro, CA, USA
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None. I used an aluminum dyer hose with hose clamps.
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January 3, 2014
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Go to your local plumbing outlet (Home Depot) and purchase a rubber reducer - clamp in place and you're done.
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January 10, 2013
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Hi DR. P...
While the outlet is 3 inches O. D. (2.875), the I.D. is x 2.625 (2-5/8"). Regular shop vac hoses and extensions are designed to fit a 2 ½ inch opening and are tapered for a friction fit.
Thus a shop vac hose or extension should slip into the 2.625 (2 5/8) inch outlet of the dust collector and maintain a friction fit.
Mike, The Home Depot Answer Man
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I want to order this item, when will it be available?

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The Dust Collector Hood for 2012NB (193036-7) is now available.
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May 27, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. This item is currently in stock. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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Is this metal or plastic??

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plasitc. pretty durable feeling stuff too.
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The Makita Dust Collector Hood for 2012NB (193036-7) is made of plastic.
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To clarfy previous question: If I obtain the dust collector, will it connect diretly to my Ridgid 2 1/4 shop vac hose or will I need an adaptor?

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If an adaptor is needed, does HD have such?
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I had to make my own from a multistage adapter from woodcraft
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January 7, 2013
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Hi Dr. P...
This dust collector has a 2 1/2 inch outlet and will require an adaptor to connect it to a 2 1/4 inch hose.
Home Depot sells an adaptor Model # VT1407 Internet # 100206293 Store SKU # 246307.
It will fit the Makita Dust collector and accepts several different hose diameters.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Adapter Bushing (vacuum hose to dust collector hood) I bought the hood knowing there was some options for the mismatched size of the hood and standard 2-1/2" vacuum hoses. I found what I think is a better means to adapt the two - it looks like a factory connection and does not require taping, clamping, etc. The adapter is a rubber cap for sewer pipe, found in the plumbing department (made by 'PlumbQwik' Part No. PQC-102). Cost was $3.30. If you cut out a hole in the closed end to form a bushing, it fills the gap between the dust collector and the hose exactly. It allows for an air tight connection, flexibility in the fitting and you can barely even see it. See the photos for clarity. This really should be provided by Makita with the duct. December 14, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Gets rid of 95% of the dust. Well, it directs the dust to the side as it should and I'm glad I got it. The only puzzling thing this the port size. It doesn't match any conventional dust removal system. Almost like Makita hired an engineer who's never done woodworking AND EVERYONE in the approval process has never done woodworking. So, as you can see in the photo, I found a dyer duct and used screw clamps. For the other end, I had an extra length of the Rigid shop vac connector tubes. I cut the end off, wrapped a shop towel around it and clamped it. So it works now. Fortunately I was able to find a solution quickly, but annoyed I had to spend extra money unnecessarily. April 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Found a connector that fits Just bought this could and the planer. Didn't use it much, but seems to work really good. I also found a connector that fits. It is from a shop vac tug-a-long hose kit. It could probably use one layer of duct tape on the connector to get a real snug fit, but it was nice to be able to quickly pull it off and vacuum up any of little pieces between boards. http://m.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-7-ft-Tug-A-Long-Wet-Dry-Vacuum-Hose-for-RIDGID-Wet-Dry-Vacuums-VT1720/202077240?cm_mmc=SEM%7CTHD%7CG%7C0%7CG-VF-PLA%7C&gclid=Cj0KEQiAqK-zBRC2zaXc8MOiwfIBEiQAXPHrXutAkhDDMM8U6wTleHNKcU9F1xJ-M4xOFLYp74CrxSAaAvrZ8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds December 12, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Curious design Besides the oft mentioned hose size issue, I find it annoying that the discharge is to the same side as the height adjustment crank. When choosing which side to work from, you either have to trip over the dust collection hose or else reach across the planer to use the crank. I've dealt with this for several years, but I think I am going to have a custom hood made by a local sheet metal shop to correct the two shortcomings. The hood does do a good job of collecting shavings, but that may be contingent on having an adequate dust collector. March 12, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Dust exhaust is 3" The dust collector exhaust is 3". I bought a 3" to 2-1/2" converter and they are same dimension, i.e. both has same external dimension and cannot connect to each other May 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by no complaints fits on easily and so far no clogging with chips. a lot of people seem upset that it doesn't fit a standard hose on a dust collector. i don't have any issue. yes, the sizes are not a match, however, i just slip my dc hose over the exhaust port on this, secure with a piece of twine, and what do you know, it works just fine. December 19, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Warning! Poorly designed! The dust collection hood has an outside/inside diameter that doesn't match standard dust hoses! Too small for 4" and too large for 2 1/2" hoses! You'll need to build a custom connection to attach the hood to your dust system. Once done, the hood does contain chips and these are readily collected but the design is unnecessarily complicated! Other than having a sheet metal shop build a custom hood, this was the only product I found for this planer. June 10, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by dust extractor review Poor review because it doesn't seal the exit, forces dust and shavings to fly out the entrance, prevents the exit side shelf from folding up and has an unusually large diameter vacuum attachment port that doesn't fit common shop vacs. It's rugged though, so that bumps it up by 1 star. August 19, 2014
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