12-21-2010 09:37 AM
I have lots of tools, and can't really imagine not having them for the projects that I do, but the one thing that I put off buying and was over the top pleased with it's performance was a Workshop 3000. It is a joy to have an always sharp chisel on the bench.
12-21-2010 07:13 PM - edited 12-21-2010 10:55 PM
It is, in fact, NOT spoken for yet, and it'll need a new home eventually.
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12-23-2010 11:15 AM
I had lusted for a thickness planer. I cashed in some gold jewlery and purchased a Delta Planer. I now sit down with cup of coffee and admire my purchase. In time I will actually use it.
Jerry from Michigan
12-23-2010 05:16 PM
In a way I feel bad lusting for more tools because in the last 14 months I have bought a Grizzly 8" spiral cutter head jointer and a Grizzly 17" bandsaw plus rewired the shop for 220 and a new Shop Fox rip fence. BUT I really need a 3-5 hp planer. I buy most of my wood in the rough and it takes forever to plane it on my small planer. Or maybe an open end drum sander or a bigger spindle sander or that PM mortise machine and what about dust collection!