Festool should not be your benchmark! lol. If I could justify Festool in my shop I’d probably by upgrading from Shapeoko, too. Think Ridgid instead.
Really, folks, run down to your nearest Home Depot, grab a bunch of hoses and fittings in the shop vacuum isle. Figure out how best to make them work with your products. That’s your target market, not the Festool crowd. Not throwing any shade on Festool here. Good stuff, obviously.
I’m fortunate to have a 3D printer and I just designed and printed up an adapter to go from your Sweepy to my “dust collection” system which consists of a Ridgid vac and a nominal 2.5” hose. This has to be a custom design because Sweepy’s small outlet is so close to the centerline of the router that an off-the-shelf adapter to a larger hose will not fit properly. The outlet of the custom adapter has to be offset from the inlet in order toto not interfere with the body of the router…
Related issue: the web connecting main body of Sweepy to the outlet prevents using a female hose connection. Not good, since a male connector inserted into Sweepy decreases an already very small cross-section. The web isn’t really needed for structural reasons. I cut mine down by 1/2 and put a matching slot in the adapter so it would fit outside. The result is better, and quieter, flow.