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RIDGID GEN5X Combo Kit, Up For Review + A Giveaway!

RIDGID GEN5X Combo Kit, Up For Review + A Giveaway!

08-06-2015 01:50 PM by woodshopmike | 7 comments »

Alright y’all, I’ve recently reviewed the GEN5X line of tools and I gotta say I’m nothing short of impressed with the features, quality, and power. So, like normal the GEN5X review is on my blog, but what’s awesome (and what everyone is probably more interested in) is that RIDGID is sponsoring a giveaway for the GEN5X Combo Kit. So if free tools sound good to you then enter the giveaway at the bottom of the review. If free tools don’t sound good then, well...

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Just finished hanging it....

Just finished hanging it....

10-08-2015 01:19 AM by Kurt T. Kneller | 6 comments »

Well my new Grizzly G5072 air filter showed up today and I just finished hanging it.Packaging was in real good shape and the unit itself seems really solid so does the overall quality.I was using a Performax from Menards, but it just was not cutting it. I still had a lot of dust throughout my shop (2 car garage).With the Grizzly I should have a turnover rate of about 20/hr vs the 7/hr with the Performax. The Grizzly is really quite and it is definitely moving a whole bunch of air. You can ...

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Bending Wood [or Off Lable Use of the Wagner Wall Paper Steamer]

Bending Wood [or Off Lable Use of the Wagner Wall Paper Steamer]

02-09-2016 06:50 PM by Kelly | 2 comments »

Though sold as a wall paper steamer, I bought this to bend wood, as a cheaper alternative to the ones sold by Rocker for bending wood, but which cost twice as much. First off, I was not, in any way, disappointed with my small investment. I built a plywood box about five feet long and four equal sides about ten inches square. On a whim, and before assembling the sides, I covered the interior sides with tin foil. Once the tube was assembled, I added a permanent back. The front cover...

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Issues resolved - Great customer service

Issues resolved - Great customer service

04-28-2016 06:33 PM by greatview | 10 comments »

Several months ago I posted a negative review on the Shelix replacement head for my Dewalt 735. The problem was that the replacement heads are normally slightly smaller in diameter which makes it possible to install a Shelix with all the cutters in place through the main bearing seat on the drive end. However, I found the reduced diameter to be a problem as now I had snipe and a reduced cutting range and increased roller pressure. After a couple of phone calls and emails to Byrd Tool, th...

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Bosch PEX 220 A Random Orbit Sander -  Reviw + Unboxing

Bosch PEX 220 A Random Orbit Sander - Reviw + Unboxing

08-11-2016 11:09 AM by Jack Johnson | 4 comments »

Today I will be reviewing this Random Orbit Sander by Bosch. Take a look at my full video review I did on YouTube. In the video you will see me unboxing the Sander as well as looking at the specification and a demonstration.

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Fuji Mini Mite 4 Platinum.

Fuji Mini Mite 4 Platinum.

11-25-2016 04:33 PM by Carloz | 0 comments »

I needed to clear coat some pretty large plywood items and used it is as an excuse to buy a spray gun. Initially I bought 2 stage unit but after thinking about it more I though that I might run into situation where it will not be enough. Fortunately retailer had no problem upgrading the unit ( I even did not unpack it). When I opened Mini Mite 4 I found a pleasant surprise . Even though I purchased the regular Mini Mite 4 the one in the box was a newer Platinum series. The difference is that ...

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Makita tablesaw + unboxing + assembling + features + first run + crosscut sled build + stand build

Makita tablesaw + unboxing + assembling + features + first run + crosscut sled build + stand build

02-18-2017 01:45 PM by Daniel | 6 comments »

Hey guys, I think a video tells more than anything else: Tablesaw Makita + unboxing + features + crosscut sled build + stand build GreetingsDaniel

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Not the worst, but...

Not the worst, but...

01-28-2008 10:51 AM by Rob McCune | 6 comments »

Okay, I realized when I spent $99 on a table saw that I would be getting what I payed for, but I was just starting out and really needed something. I picked up a decent blade for it and hoped for the best. Power: none. It can barely cut a 2” x 4” through the “2” side, don’t even bet on the “4” side. Reliability: Well it hasn’t broken on me yet, but I lost the arbor wrench and without it I can’t change the blade. If you get one, do...

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DeVilbiss MGQ-500

DeVilbiss MGQ-500

01-30-2009 07:23 AM by Omegacool | 4 comments »

Air Gun: DeVilbiss Part of a good finish into the wood or the application of automotive paint, much depends on the gun used, among other factors.Speaking of brands, DeVilbiss, is for me the best brand of air guns in Mexico. But talk of quality is also talk about cost, and the products of this brand is expensive in comparison with the other brands mentioned. DeVilbiss MGQ-500 Currently this model is the most sold in Mexico, it can get at Homedepot or a Wal-Mart. For continuous esca...

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All I could say was.... "wow"

All I could say was.... "wow"

07-24-2009 04:41 AM by PurpLev | 11 comments »

I got this used a couple of days ago. the price was right and I had wanted something that I could speed sharpening up, and get a hollow grind for freehand honing/touchups. before getting it, I tried to gather as much information about this, as I haven’t seen too many reviews on the unit except for KnotScott’s review here, and some other reviews on Amazon (which I always take with a grain of salt). it seemed like all the reviews were raving about how good the machine is, which m...

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