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I'd probably go a different route for that (or just a fan across the surface like on our Epilog; it's enclosed to it's a sucker rather than a blower). I think you'd want a top-mount inlet, smaller "dust disk" surface area, and a deeper disk. The other issue will be carriage stability, depending on your cutter, since it'd have to support the weight of the hose as well. I'd probably just try a small fan either sucking or blowing, but even on the Epilog, there's a small amount of post-processing necessary to get rid of the wisps.