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First "Real" Table Saw Doesn't Disappoint

First "Real" Table Saw Doesn't Disappoint

1402 days ago by Manitario | 11 comments »

After outgrowing my $100 Ryobi TS; I decided rather than slightly upgrade, to buy a saw that (hopefully) will last a lifetime. I decided on a granite top TS partly due to the climate I live in; it goes down to -30 in the winter, and I didn’t want my top to warp or rust when I heat my garage. Assembly was relatively pain free; it involved attaching the extension wing, the fence guide bars and the plug; overall about 3h worth of work. The fence needed a very slight adjustment to be parall...

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Jet Tools / ToolSelect.com review

Jet Tools / ToolSelect.com review

1021 days ago by Kjuly | 6 comments »

This is a three part review.The first part is my experiences making the tool review video followed by two videos produced by ToolSelect.comKeith ToolSelect.com review… part 1Who or what is ToolSelect.com? Here is a quote from ToolSelect.com’s website: “ToolSelect.com is an unbiased power tool comparison website that offers our users a wide range of resources and information to assist you in researching your intended purchase.” I am a woodworker who was asked by ToolSelect.com to ...

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MAster Mechanic 12V LiOn Drill/Impact Kit

MAster Mechanic 12V LiOn Drill/Impact Kit

571 days ago by Dallas | 5 comments »

This kit comes with a 3/8” VSR drill and a 1/4” drive impact driver, two batteries, 50 minute charger and a canvas carrying case. I’ve only had this kit about a week but it seems to have plenty of power for what it is, after all, it’s only 12V. From the True Value Website: Get two Master Mechanic 12V lithium-ion drills for one low price. Driver combo kit consists of: 3/8” compact cordless drill that features 2 speeds, 0-350 rpm, 0-1050 rpm, 17 torque set...

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Spring loaded center punch.

Spring loaded center punch.

207 days ago by gamygeezer | 16 comments »

I installed a bunch of drawer slides yesterday. You know, the full extension, ball bearing steel kitchen cabinet slides where you are upside down in the cabinet with your head twisted to one side, holding the part on your marks with one hand while you try to find the screw you dropped with the other hand so you can put it in with the driver in your other other hand? Well, actually I don’t do it that way. I double-stick supports on the cabinet side, set the slide on the supports, ad...

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Porter- Cable 423 Mag Circular Saw

Porter- Cable 423 Mag Circular Saw

2367 days ago by John Gray | 4 comments »

My old saw went to the I bind all the time not cutting well file so I went looking for a new one. I read good reviews on the saw and I was looking for light weight saw with a right hand blade drive this one fit the bill so I purchased one from Lowe’s on their handy credit card. I do not use the saw every day but have used it to cut 3/4” plywood, 1” knotty cedar, and rough sawn 1” red oak and it cuts like a dream. I would recommend it to anyone. I’ve listed th...

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Task force scroll saw review

Task force scroll saw review

1980 days ago by kosta | 3 comments »

This scroll saw is a very nice saw for $100 and is worth the money. The first thing you have to do is tape up the led light and remove the guard because you cant do interior cuts and it gets in the way. The saw also has a blower and a vaccum port help collect the dust it uses a tool to change the blade which is a pain in the ass but other than that it is a nice saw with a lot of features that would see on a more expensive saw. It doesnt have a foot switch but has a varible speed and the light...

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Ryobi 10 In. Miter Saw With Laser TS1342L

Ryobi 10 In. Miter Saw With Laser TS1342L

1562 days ago by Steven H | 10 comments »

Bought one of these last year’s Black Friday sale for $60. —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————̵...

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Dead On Tools Exhumer 9 Nail Puller

Dead On Tools Exhumer 9 Nail Puller

1284 days ago by christopheralan | 6 comments »

This isn’t your average cat’s-paw style nail puller. This is the Exhumer 9 by Dead-On Tools. It actually measures 10 5/8”, but with a name like Exhumer, who cares. This is another multi-use tool with a circular saw blade nut wrench, small hammer face, two claws, and a bottle opener. Yes, a bottle opener. It works. I tried it about 12 times the first weekend I owned it…I lost count after that… Anyway, I have used the heck out of this, and it has always performed well. I have pu...

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my last sander

my last sander

710 days ago by eddy | 17 comments »

i recently posted a question as to what ros sander i should get for a$200.00 well shot the budget all to hell. i demoed the unit at my local woodcraft and after sanding a endgrain cuttingboard in less than 4 min. i was sold this is a very agressing sander not a finish sander by any means. i can now flaten my boards on drum sander at 80 grit and go to festoll and have it ready for finishing in no time at all. best part is a do a lot of boards and i can sand boards next to boards with finish ...

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Craftsman Professional Router

Craftsman Professional Router

403 days ago by TianZi | 6 comments »

I recently purchased this Craftsman Professional router, though I did decide to return it a few days later. I only had it for 3-4 days, but figured I’d make an account here to post a review since the original reason I purchased the router was based off of lumberjoe’s review (thanks for the review!). Since his review was from about a year an a half ago, I figured I may as well post a new review since I was able to test it out. His review was very accurate compared to my experience...

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