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PostPosted: Wed Apr 10, 2019 9:57 pm 
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I got a really nice Delta 12" disc sander for my birthday Friday 4-6. I especially like the dust collection on this one. Very heavy and solid tool.

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Then Sunday 4-7 I see this Saw in a garrage sale add in my neighborhood. Of corse it followed me home. I also got a Bosh
router, router table with Rockler fence and insert, saw blades and router bit set. All in a package deal for $1,000 Time
to retire the Craftsman contractor saw. For a $500 saw she served me well. Now imagine trying to load that saw on a trailer to get it home :roll:

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 5:40 am 
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WoW...whatta birthday you had!! Good-on-YOU, Dewayne! That was SOME package deal!! Is that a 3 horse SawStop? YOU SUCK!!
BTW...I watched your shop-build and seeing it now really humbles me in my current setting...but I really get a lot of inspiration (which I need right now) and motivation. Your dust collection is outstanding.

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Don2Laughs wrote:
WoW...whatta birthday you had!! Good-on-YOU, Dewayne! That was SOME package deal!! Is that a 3 horse SawStop? YOU SUCK!!
BTW...I watched your shop-build and seeing it now really humbles me in my current setting...but I really get a lot of inspiration (which I need right now) and motivation. Your dust collection is outstanding.

Thanks for the post!

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Thanks Don. This is the 1.75 hp model. It's wired for 120 and the seller said thats the way it shipped.
Should be fine for my uses. The dust collection system is a nice luxury and I do enjoy the convenience.

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Wow Dwayne ... Score..... and happy belated B day to


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Your shop looks so clean!!
My shop is always a disaster!! :shock:
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Zulu wrote:
Your shop looks so clean!!
My shop is always a disaster!! :shock:
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My kids like to vacuum and im doing more home fix it than woodworking lately. Our master bathroom shower leaked and water was coming threw the living room ceiling so I had that to deal with. Wifes washer leaked, tub seal. Had to replace the soap dispenser in the dishwasher and replace belts in the pool sweep. None of these things make sawdust so yes the shop is clean. :D

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