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It lives up to the hype

It lives up to the hype

08-20-2016 10:51 PM by Chashint | 16 comments »

I have been using Freud blades on my table saw and miter saw and have been well satisfied.The cuts on the table saw had become less than smooth so it was time to either get the blade sharpened and tuned up or to replace it.Like most hobbyists I read about how great the Forrest blades are and I guess I have been yearning to try one out.As it turns out over the past day or two I have been spending money like crazy on my woodworking tools and I guess I must have crossed the just get what I want ...

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What a difference good Air Couplers make

What a difference good Air Couplers make

10-01-2014 01:57 AM by BigDaddyO | 10 comments »

I just finished replacing all of the Air disconnects in my shop after getting fed up with most of them leaking. I am VERY impressed with these as they use ball bearings to hold the couplers in place so there is no leakage even when moving the hose around. My limited review of the Milton vs the Harbor Freight, Home Depot, and the ones that came on my Air Compressor. http://youtu.be/uISnierCQH4

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02-24-2012 09:19 PM by ozan | 1 comment »

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Permatex Painter's Clean Hand Cleaner with Pumice

Permatex Painter's Clean Hand Cleaner with Pumice

08-08-2011 09:49 AM by David Grimes | 8 comments »

Like most of us, I get into different stuff that requires a bit more than soap and water to get off my hands and forearms. For as long as I can remember I’ve used the gojo, orange cleaner with pumice, mineral spirits, sometimes acetone, even gasoline to get the various stains, finishes and glues off. A couple of weeks ago, I was in the local Sherwin Williams paint store and saw this product for $3.49. I asked the manager if it was good stuff. He laughed and said that he couldnR...

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one great work light

one great work light

03-26-2014 01:58 PM by eddie | 10 comments »

I use these small work light and have went thur a few that i pick up here and there but this one is a great light and versatile ,it has a strong magnet or can be clip on or even has a hanger , ,the cord is 18 ft long and heavy duty was impressed enough that i put it on all the tool that needed a bit more light at the work area ,its a five stars for sure , please over look the mess as i have been setting up and tuning some tools , plus its a mess most of the time anyways . this light is ...

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MLCS PowerLift Pro Router Lift

MLCS PowerLift Pro Router Lift

10-28-2016 01:06 PM by Indiana_Parrothead | 2 comments »

About three years ago I built a new router table and added the MLCS PowerLift model 9450, I had reviewed it here. Since I use a router quite a bit this was a great addition to the shop. With it having a digital readout it gave me a lot precision when it came to the depth of cut and made changing the depth of cut very easy. A few months ago MLCS introduced a new model that incorporated a Android Tablet to control the lift that added a lot of new features. Since I use the router a lot I decided...

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Almost a really good clamp

Almost a really good clamp

05-27-2014 01:38 PM by mramseyISU | 4 comments »

I recieved these clamps as part of a Mini Clamp-It set with two of the assembly squares which work really well and 4 of these clamps. I’ve had them for a little over a year and up until recently I really liked them. About a month back I was using them and as I tightened them down I noticed that the threads on the clamp were all bottomed out but they weren’t tight. That was funny I thought and then I noticed that the head was coming off of all of them. The flaw on these clamps is t...

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New Shop Lights

New Shop Lights

10-04-2015 07:50 PM by Kurt T. Kneller | 8 comments »

My shop is a 2 car garage (2 cars….must be fiats) and there is only (1) window and (2) over head single light sockets.It gets pretty dark in there now once the sun goes down. I have been planning on putting up 3 banks of 4’ fluorescent lights and running them to switches on the wall. I was researching here and various forums for advice on proper lighting and used recommended formulas. Those calculations were telling me I needed about 9-12 fixtures. That seemed like overkill. ...

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Nova DVR Galaxi Lathe Enhancements

Nova DVR Galaxi Lathe Enhancements

07-10-2016 02:39 AM by Jim Jakosh | 10 comments »

In my first review of this new lathe, I brought up 3 things that I felt needed improvement. One was the tailstock quill thread that was reversed, the second was the indexing was hard to read and the third was the on/off switches being flat and in different locations. Well two out of three are fixed and the third I’ll have to live with ( maybe). The new quill and screw were installed in the tailstock but I had to relocate the key pin to the bottom so I could read the graduations that ...

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Ok base for price

Ok base for price

10-21-2010 10:20 PM by Manitario | 4 comments »

Bought this yesterday for my TS; was on sale for $65 at my local tool store, regular $95. It took me about 2 hours to assemble, and a lot of fiddling to get it to be the correct size. The instructions are fairly detailed, but neglect to mention to size the base 1/2” larger than the size of the tool you are mounting on it, due to the lip on the stand. So, needless to say, I had it assembled, and my TS precariously balanced to go on the stand when I realized that I had made it too small a...

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