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    • It's here....
      By Brendon_t · Posted
      This is preposterous. It's been 48 hours and we don't have am assembled pic of it in is rightful home. . I call shenanigans 
    • Finally added a drill press
      By Brendon_t · Posted
      The MDF table isn't a bad idea. I bought  my DPfrom a metal worker and it took 6 months of regular use to stop finding  little metal shavings in my nice wood even after multiple good cleanings and giving it the 1-2 with a strong magnet 
    • Rob Cosman Dovetail Class. 10/9
      By Brendon_t · Posted
      Sounds like you need to buy a new bad axe DT saw before the course. . Ya know,  just to be prepared.
    • Festool Track saw review, AvE
      By Mike. · Posted
      I purposely keep my systainers dusty and scattered about my shop for that reason.  Also I refuse to keep m clamps perfectly arranged from from smallest to largest.... I like to keep it real, yo.    
    • Festool Track saw review, AvE
      By TripleR · Posted
      Beware of the Festool Taliban. AvE could well become the tool worlds Salman Rushdie if he keeps this up.  Some people buy tools to do woodworking, and some people do woodworking so they can buy tools. I think this is where a lot of the hate towards Festool comes from. More than any other brand of power tool, they're admired or collected, rather than used.  And for whatever reason this seems to upset some people. When was the last time you seen a woodworking video on YouTube with someone miraculously always standing in front of a wall of perfectly framed Ryobi tools? What about a wall full of Systainers in order from largest to smallest, all as shinny as the day they were new? Like it or not, Festool is the power tool of choice for people that have a tool fetish. I think that's always going to create some hate among power tool users, especially those that would like to own them, but can't justify spending that much money on a tool.  Personally, I like and use their products, but I'm not radical enough for the FOG just yet.  
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