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  1. 3 points
    Oh yeah...and Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
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    This made me laugh more than it should have! Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
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    You guy might remember a couple months back I bought a 12" 60T Combination blade for my Dewalt 780. I was a little skeptical as to the necessity of a combination blade on a miter saw as combo blades are generally designed to be efficient all around blades for Cross and rip cutting such as a table or RAS. well, I got back into some trim work today and I tell you, it's the best cutting blade I've ever used on a miter saw. Quick, smooth cuts. It's almost as fast as a 40T and the cut quality rivals an 80T. Even cutting back to front I never had any tear out on the finished side, and that wasn't even with a zero insert or backer board. I'm impressed. It's the only miter saw blade I will but going forward.
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    Found something new online. Hitachi Presented a multi voltage battery in Japan much like the flexvolt. Can be either a 18v/5amp battery or a 36v/2.5 amps. A new impact driver and circular to benefit from the multivolt batteries in 36v modus. Seems they are completly compatible with everything. http://www.homemaking.jp/product_info.php?products_id=167033&osCsid=1a7f521fc2fbc6e167da0136d206cb05
  5. 1 point
    Here I go spending money again Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
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    He could have made a fortune licensing the technology. As I understand it he tried, but wanted a king's ransom to get rich quick and when manufacturers balked at his price, he set about his current path of trying to secure legislation to force everyone to buy technology they could only get from him and sue everyone who tried to compete. He's a lawyer by trade, so I guess shit like this is to be expected. It's general principle that turns me off from the guy. I'll buy a "rest of my life" saw next year before any mandates come to pass, but if I did care about this technology, I'd wait until his patent died because I know there are superior systems that will come.
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    Welcome to the forums dude.
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    New member here, of course i have to post here first, being a Makita guy. Dont really have any pics, sorry. Cordless tools: DDF482 Drill DTD152 Impact Driver DSS610 Circular Saw DTM51 Oscillating multi tool DJR186 Recip saw DTD129 Brushless impact driver, bought because i had to send the DTD152 for some warranty maintenance (And i got it for cheap, it being an old model). DTW281 Brushless Impact wrench DFR550 Collated screw gun DGA504 Brushless angle grinder DUC353 Brushless 36V chainsaw DHR264 36V Rotary hammer DCL500 Vacuum cleaner +Bunch of batteries, 3xDC18RC single and one DC18RD dual port chargers. Corded tools: LS0815FL Mitre saw NPC5000C Concrete grinder 4329K Jigsaw
  10. 1 point
    I can't see much of the finer workings of the fence from the pic. How does it adjust for the drift? I love the Kreg fence I put on mine, but I also only have half the resaw you have so the shorter fence doesn't bother me. Seriously though, you need to check out the Carter F.A.S.T. Blocks. They are awesome, especially if you're gonna do much resawing
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    As good as it gets. Seriously. This is why it's good to be a reviewer.
  13. 1 point
    This is pretty cool. Love to see mean green head over this way in strength too.
  14. 1 point
    What I meant was it would be nice to buy cordless from any brand without worrying about battery compatibility. Also DHS790
  15. 1 point
    I just got one for $180 with my .mil discount. It's my understanding, though, that $.00 pricing is different than $.02, $.03, etc. The penny deals seem to apply to items that were previously $.02, as were the few items I've lucked out with (definitely nothing major).
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    Woodcraft had a $25 off $100 purchase. Bit then bullet on some dovetail stuff. Excited about it. I am wanting to build a hand tool cabinet (possibly from finewoodworking) and they dovetail the corners. Also go another socket holder set from Ernst. Love these rails and trays. Also a snappy depth stop for pilot holes. Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
  17. 1 point
    Terrible review. Now I have to go buy one. I prefer reviews that don't involve me spending money! What a little beast! Thanks for the great review guys! Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  18. 1 point
    Good times,,good tools..good friends,,good food,,cold beer,,
  19. 1 point
    Sears gift, been getting boo koo points as of late Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  20. 1 point
    I saw those posts too and wondered if they were a copy or from the same place. thanks for checking.
  21. 1 point
    Nice router pickup @BMack37. @Conductor562 have you looked at the triton routers? I have the 3.25 plunge router dedicated to the router table. It has the ability to be adjusted from the top very easily without a router lift. Just take out the plunge spring and works perfect with plenty of power. Rockler often has 10% off triton products which makes it a great deal compared to buying both a router and a lift. I have plans to rival @Conductor562 in tool purchases this week. One of them is actually the same product just for a different brand. pics later today
  22. 1 point
    I use my shitty Ryobi router in my shitty Ryobi router table. My next big purchase will be either a scroll saw or a new router table (with a lift of course). When I do get a new table, I'll probably get another high quality router to dedicate to the table. Theres several tables I like, so I'm not even close to deciding. Incra, Kreg, and Woodpeckers are the early favorites, but Incra is probably going to be out of my budget. No plunge capability is what fueled my 618 purchase as well. I was gonna just get a plunge base for my Makita trim router, but damn, the plunge base is just a few bucks from being the same price as the router. $89 versus $99 I think I have for the router. So buying the 618 allowed me to both achieve plunge capability and stop relying on the cheap Ryobi for everything and dedicate it to the table.
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    Riving knife? What's that? 😂 When my dad bought a saw of any kind he instantly removed all safety appliances. I grew up thinking that dodging flying debris was all part of the gig. It's a miracle I still have 10 fingers. But seriously, depending on the age, it may not have ever had one and if it did, it was probably built into the guard (which you're gonna hate). Just go to a batting cage, step into the fastest lane, stand 2 feet from the pitching machine, and fine tune your evasiveness. Sure, you'll take a 2X to the face every once in awhile, but that'll build character 😂
  24. 1 point
    I used the saw at the media event. You guys are going to love it! Amazing power and excellent balance.
  25. 1 point
    Ya don't pre order.....we know how that works out
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    Yeah just go ahead and pre-order one through cpo
  28. 1 point
    Nothing so far and it might be awhile Snow removal is a smaller market than say a lawn mower. You never know what product managers are thinking though. It does make sense as Dewalt probably has a bigger built in market than B&D regarding 18/20v tools.
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    Super wham bam high torque impact wrench .. Delivering up to 1400 ft-lbs of Nut-Busting Torque, the new M18 FUEL™ High Torque Impact Wrenches are cited to be the industry’s most powerful high torque impact wrenches, as well as the most compact. .. Also available in 3/4" ..
  30. 1 point
    Got a small HDX tool kit for my kids,and a new grease gun and Dewalt maxfit set for myself today.
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