I finally made a decision on a saw.

I finally made a decision on a saw.

    As a few of you know I have been on the fence so to speak on getting a new saw for some time now. I read and read and read on which one to get. I had it narrowed down to this and a Sawstop. We all know about the great safety features on the SS. They also...
Best tool money I’ve spent in a long time

Best tool money I’ve spent in a long time

    I will add my .02 and second the love for this air compressor. I’ve had several Porter Cable pancake compressors, mostly a special included with a nail gun purchase from the big box store. Like everyone else this has produced a love/hate...
Works like a charm

Works like a charm

    I’m not a plane fanatic like some, and in fact this is my first. I was having trouble controlling the dado depths on plywood sheets because of bowage and remembered seeing someone, somewhere using one of these things.Anyway, I used it on my last...
It sucks, in a good way.

It sucks, in a good way.

    So I purchased this from a local woodcraft @ $ 799 (on sale till the end of March) and it was forklift loaded in the bed of my truck. It was a fairly small pallet and my wife and I were able to unload it to the garage with little trouble. (She...
Works good for my needs

Works good for my needs

    Decided to purchase a bench top planer to use in my limited space garage (car, boat, mower, snow blower, kids bikes). My only experience with planers has been with grizzly and powermatic 220v units. I researched which bench top unit to buy for a few...
First impressions (and with limited experience)

First impressions (and with limited experience)

    I’ve only used it for an evening but unless something strips or breaks, I’m very satisfied with it. My only previous experience was with Garrett Hack’s block shaped scratch stock found at Fine Woodworking. My problem with it was that an...
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