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  1. Santa brought me the Fuel table saw😍. I have a nice hardwood job to try it out, tomorrow.
    5 points
  2. Nice hearing from you Wigwag. It's going well considering all the Covid drama I just hope to be back to work soon. The UTB was an awesome giveaway it definitely brought traffic to the fourm.
    4 points
  3. Enough grain@JimboS1ice ? [emoji16] Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
    4 points
  4. Guys what’s up!!!! Hope u lol have been doing good and and your family’s are healthy thru all this craziness. Man it’s crazy how time flies and life just passes by... I try and pop in every so often but yea u miss the good old days on here with u guys...
    3 points
  5. Welcome to the forum. Do you have a link or an image showing the expected outcome? Is it something like this?
    3 points
  6. I had the same problem and called Milwaukee tech support. He said there is a protective coating on the terminals and you have to "slam" them in several times to get a good connection the first time. then you should be fine.
    3 points
  7. FYI...I figured out my blade was damaged (one broken tooth, one tooth bent) - that's why it was off and chewing up my wood. I replaced the blade and its working fine now.
    3 points
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  9. The Planer is here! Biggest changes: 3mm cut depth, brushed was only 2mm 25mm rebate, brushed was 9mm dual port dust extraction AWS Batt gauge Torque control Quite a lot of changes! My review:
    3 points
  10. Your right, it is awesome!! i love how all the accessories store on board. Now I need the stand . I used it today on saw horses.
    3 points
  11. Merry Christmas everyone, sorry I don’t check in as much as I used to, I try to make an effort but life goes on. Hope everyone had a safe and merry Christmas! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    3 points
  12. Merry Christmas TIA crew!!
    3 points
  13. Merry Christmas to all!
    3 points
  14. Yesterday I unpacked my Christmas gift 😀 and here it is, Makita DLS211 (XSL08 in USA): Saw was *nearly* precisely adjusted from factory, but it could be better, so I spent two hours with adjusting. First I realized that rails are slightly misaligned. After three trial and error atempts and 10 mins it was OK. Next was bevel angle, 0.2° off, moment to fix. Mitre was nearly perfect, but 5cut methods showed some error. I spend long 90 mins finding exact square angle, until 5cut method showed zero error. Now I think saw is very accurate. What i like: accuracy (no
    3 points
  15. Sat at a table(Xmas eve) with my wife, all 3 kids, 2 daughter-in-laws, and our 2 grand babies..... Perfect! MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!
    3 points
  16. So Dollar Tree must be a Milwaukee supplier lol. Couple t30's for a buck.
    3 points
  17. I have been blessed with kindness. Stuart of toolguyd.com reached out to me to "get rid of unneeded tools"(loose quote). I am thanking him in front of the tool community here and will send him a personal thank you soon.....
    3 points
  18. Got the top assembled. I just have to work on the base now.
    3 points
  19. A cutting board I am working on. African mahogany, Purple Heart and hard Maple. The grain patterns add to the 3 d effect. This picture shows the peaces still in rubber bands but close to the positions They will be glued together in. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    3 points
  20. Welp I'm just about done with a remodel after the client had a fire. We took this house down to the studs and changed the floor plan to open up the kitchen and living room and also increase from 2 bedrooms to 4. I just have to redo to front and rear decks then it's complete.
    3 points
  21. Just came across this forum and figured I’d join up. Not really much of a poster for the most part but love to read reviews. I may not be the most knowledgeable But above average for sure I do love tools. My first cordless tool platform I had was Hitachi. I ran both nicad and lithium. Ended up having issues with the drill and when it came time to replace they had switched from the pod style batteries to the slide. I made the switch to the yellow guys and I can say I have no complaints. I think any of the big names will satisfy most people. I love the selection in the dewalt line up. I
    2 points
  22. In bright sunlight you are going to have a hard time seeing any laser line. For outside work your are best to use a laser receiver.
    2 points
  23. Keep the one your most comfortable with, most things are made in China these days. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    2 points
  24. Hey crew just wanted to post some pics of a lil project I just finished
    2 points
  25. Milwaukee has a new digital only event called Pipeline coming later this month. You have to register to watch. It is essentially replacing NPS for this year at least. http://info.milwaukeetool.com/dc/yhpCuHxm0kkjDnMdneCy4mp289lLLfH8aYu1uW7xkIDOCNO_TzLYvKEFb3Qkx0bYtRB34hgupa1-WdeL1zTVllpMUSBj46HPHrYEa1BwVlmeZi1Uer-1_YCP0wJXFeNuizWEqm0WIWn7TqbpWkixw0gz1P-sF6oGfEHHVQ3FXLmihUwS_OykxkziBwjcUrTHFOn7Ay6DWZPNjB_dm8MZgNgkrYLAD8uth97vIov6mXbgUUl05ZG0PaigxQK9uOpwjY5GWFiKCJcqjyFV3tlS8UPbhhawn1SPpLfqyMyN8yUyJ_A2goHaLGfmi-pWsSU2bhzawS5BsLbb50mtr7RtbauAesDa2KZIIMIbZi0oT44=/wN8DB4DLG0000RJj20X2I0J
    2 points
  26. usually we are half a year behind Europe. I believe everything I listed in the first post above is available in North America.
    2 points
  27. Hey Der Folks! It's been awhile since I hung out here, dosen't seem to be too active anymore. Hope the crew has been well. Remember the good ol' Ultimate Tool Bag Giveaways? Those were some good times eh? My DeWalt DCN660 20V Finish Nailer - Voted on by the Crew is still working great! -Steven
    2 points
  28. The shims were trimmed w/ my OMT. The gaps above and below the shims were packed in with mortar. All the perimeter gaps were packed solid with mortar. The frame bucks were covered with wire lath, mortar, then stucco. The house will be painted this week.
    2 points
  29. I saw some Makita branded Starlock accessories. No new Starlock OMT yet. I’m guessing it is only a matter of time before we see a Starlock OMT.
    2 points
  30. These images show the dinosaur concrete drills I've been using for decades, prior to FINALLY breaking down and getting this impact drill. A mini Thor sledge hammer is used to persuade this drill to dig deeper into the concrete. The image with the wire poking out shows the part of the hole made with these drills. I got about 9" into the wall before throwing in the towel. As primitive as these look, I've made many holes with these. Other than time and effort, they work fine.
    2 points
  31. I found some pictures on net. Parameters: 64Vmax 5.0 Ah 290Wh
    2 points
  32. Laid out pretty nice now just gotta color sand and buff hopefully install this coming weekend
    2 points
  33. I started getting back into my painting roots so I took on a little starter project, it’s a Fulton visor off a 1936 dodge. I still have to let it cure and then color sand and buff.
    2 points
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  35. Working on making some book cases and cubbies for my kids and Wife
    2 points
  36. @reddawg60...erecting metal buildings using a impact? Dude, we have tons of steel in our custom homes and no one is using compact impacts..impact wrenches are for Hd work. A compact impact { driver, as it’s called} is not used for that..it’s intended for screws and small diameter , short, lags, truss loks, timber locks,etc...try using the correct tool for the job.. ....you must be part of the vcg gang...Milwaukee is a joke for framing...you should be using All impact wrenches...
    2 points
  37. I was able to get a killer deal on a Makita power head on Black Friday ($99), but already owned a bunch of Echo PAS attachments. So... I hope everyone can please forgive me; at least it's not red and blue right!?! In case anyone is wondering, the RPMs matched perfect, but no this is not a normal thing to do. Required welding and shimming out Makita's shaft tube as the Echo clamp assembly is made for a bigger sized tube. Works like a champ. Best power head I've used and the smoothest my Echo PAS attachments have ever felt, and there are a lot
    2 points
  38. Looks cool. That 12HD battery looks so funny on that little charger.
    2 points
  39. Yo Rego!!! Hope you’ve been great bro!! Merry Christmas to you your family and our TIA Family on here! Crew have a safe and blessed Holiday!! TIA#1!!!!
    2 points
  40. The long-forgotten B&D "Professional" Drill Sharpener Model No. 4300 was given to me free in the early 1980's by a friend and I'm just now starting to use it. This is actually a good functioning shop asset to have but I noticed a problem right away, the grinding dust is terrible. It's critical that the sliding-swinging-pivoting mechanism work as designed and with this much dust it won't for very long. So you can see in the pics how I grafted a ShopVac hose connection into the grinding wheel's cover plate and both the sharpener and the ShopVac stay plugged into the powerstrip wi
    2 points
  41. Worked on routing out the holes with the lr-32. seemed to work alright.
    2 points
  42. Sorry I know it’s a few days late...
    2 points
  43. I took back the junk Dewalt and got the Milwaukee M18.
    2 points
  44. A lot of rechecking. Luckily when I cut them I made the space for the rails so I didn't have to be perfect. So all I had to do was cut within that 3/4" span. This gives the impression the rails are taking up that space instead of the drawer fronts being pulled apart to fill the drawer cavities. You can see what I am talking about in the pic. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
    2 points
  45. I love this build so much, how nerve racking was it cutting the drawer fronts? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    2 points
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    2 points
  47. Oh gawd.....another hose dragger......
    2 points
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