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  1. I’m curious as to what everyone picked up this year and and got a really good deal. For me I was able to purchase a 12” dual bevel mitre saw from Skilsaw for $139.99 Suggested retail price @ 649.99 via CPO outlets
  2. How to sharpen the 5-30 Taper Reamer from Axminster? https://www.axminster.co.uk/taper-reamers-ax791111 I need some ideas ! Regards Per
  3. The new JET Router Table features a cast iron or MDF table top, precision router lift, fence system with feather board and flip top add-ons, easily transportable rolling stand, and multiple dust collection features. Options include a cast iron or MDF table top, precision router lift, fence system with feather board and flip top add-ons, easily transportable rolling stand, and multiple dust collection features. All components are also sold separately, so that users can mix and match them to assemble the router table solution that best fits their woodshops. A choice of either cast iron or MDF table tops offer options for durability and affordability. Both table tops have a footprint of 32” x 24” to support a wide range of work pieces. The precision machined, cast iron table weighs 88 lbs. and provides maximum durability and a solid surface for all routing applications. The lighter-weight MDF table is melamine-topped for a smooth work surface. The milled aluminum router lift has above-the-table height and lock controls for convenient tool adjustments and changes. One turn of the dials raises or lowers the lift 2 mm at a time. The lift’s sturdy, four-post screw design with chain drive keeps tolerances tight and rigid. A micro-adjust fence assembly includes easy-to-read guide rails that allow users to dial-in the exact size profile required. A scale on top of the fence facilitates placement of stops at different points of operation. The adjustable fence provides optimum support for work pieces of different sizes. An integrated dust port is helps clear dust and chips at the source of the cut. The heavy duty floor standhas an integrated mobile base and onboard accessory storage. A power switch attaches to the stand, allowing the operator to control the router without reaching under the table. A miter gauge also is included. The dust collection system features an enclosed dust box that surrounds the router, as well as an integrated port in the fence at the source of the cut. The dust box’s all-metal construction with air flow vents ensures maximum dust collection and containment, as well as durability. The dust box has a standard 4” port.
  4. I've been working on this kitchen island for the girlfriend and documented my progress (video link). I don't have all the measurements of every cut or the size of every bit/screw but thought it would be cool to share on here. It still needs a cabinet for the front. This project took me forever because I don't have a lot of free time to work on this and I live in an apartment complex with a small patio as a workspace. I do like taking on new projects, though, because that gives me an excuse to acquire some more tools! Anyways check out the video if you're bored with nothing else to do. Power Tools used: Milwaukee m18 drill driver - 2601 Milwaukee m18 impact - 2650 Milwaukee m12 drill driver - 2407 (bought this with the hackzall as a combo kit at Home Depot for $100!) Milwaukee m12 Hackzall - 2420 Milwaukee m12 Compact Vacuum - 0850 Milwaukee 5" Random Orbit Sander - 6021 Video Link: https://youtu.be/0Awu1rbmV9c
  5. Built my first workbench. Still making different modifications to it. Just installed a table saw.
  6. This guy has some interesting stuff on woodworking and builds some pretty crazy jigs. I'm sure some of you may have heard of him but here it is for anyone who hasn't. https://www.youtube.com/user/rusticman1973
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