Well, this weekend I made some progress on reorgnaizing my basement. I moved some 2×10x14 foot lumber destined to replace some damaged floor joists from workstands dividing the basement to a dead space along side the wall next to my tablesaw.
Now that the lumber is moved, I had room to finally unpack my DW735. All I can say is wow. I can’t wait to run some nice maple through for the faceframes of my kitchen cabinets.
I am curious, though. Why did Dewalt ever think that this thing was “portable?” Going by that reasoning, my tablesaw is portable, too! Once I get that planer planted on a rolling table, I’m never going to lift it again.
A few more hours of rearranging and I’ll be able to start breaking down the 1/2 ply I’m going to use for storage cabinets. It’ll really rock having enough flat space to put everything. The two big piles storage system I’ve been using doesn’t really work. I can’t recommend it to anyone. Especially if they want to actually get anything built.
-- Made lots of sawdust and pounded some nails. Haven't finished anything, though.