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Rockler Presents Festool C12 Cordless Drill



Learn more: www.rockler.com Festool Cordless drill demo
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Highland Woodworking’s Down to Earth Woodworker builds a Drill Press Cabinet to improve his shop storage. www.highlandwoodworking.com www.highlandwoodworking.com http

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How To Operate Your Rotary Hammer Drill



This guide is a advice video time saver that will enable you to get good at electrical diy. Learn How To Operate Your Rotary Hammer Drill with VideoJug�s best of the web tutorial
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Woodworking 10-in-1 SMITHY SUPERSHOP – Drill Press Operation



When you have a SuperShop, you have a true woodworkers drill press. See more details about this machine at www.smithy.com.

Woodpeckers Drill Press Table



Introducing Woodpeckers Drill Press Table. This state of the art design will help woodworkers drill holes in their work pieces with greater speed, accuracy and repeatability than ever before.
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Laguna Tools Platinum Series 17″ Drill Press



Our Platinum Series 17″ drill press gives you the features needed to drill at unusual angles. This product features a 1HP TFEC 12 speed motor and a 13.5″ x 13.5″ making this machine perfect for all your woodworking needs.

Your Questions About Woodworking Tools



Ken asks…

One or 1.5 Car Garage Woodworking Work shop for Car and Shop?

I have a 1.5 Car concrete block garage. I want to make it into a woodworking shop and also have the option of putting my car inside if need be.
Can you give me any tips on how i would achieve this? I know that i will need to put lockable wheels on almost all my machine tools.
Are there any machine tools that offer a good compromise between size and performance? The table saw would probably be the biggest factor, should i get a contractor table saw?
Please recommend certain models.
Machine Tools I’m looking to get:
Table saw
Miter saw
Jointer
Planer
Dust Collector
Band saw
Drill press
Work bench

Are there any tools that can perform 2 or more functions so that i don’t have to buy more tools? Thanks

Denny answers:

The drill press is about the only tool that you might get by with a reduced size model. For the others get the best you can afford. For the table saw, you might want to read this write up from Wood Magazine.

Http://www.woodmagazine.com/woodworking-tools/reviews/saws/mid-priced-tablesaws/

There is also a video from The New Yankee Workshop on a garage workshop that you might benefit from. It is available at the site below.

Mandy asks…

what supplies do i need to make a woodworking station for my husband?

i want to set up a woodworking station for my husband in our garage as a christmas gift to him next year. we donat have alot of money i was tinking i could find some of the basic tools on craigslist and stuff. But i’m not sure what all to get. i’m thinking a table saw, an electric sander, he already has a drill and idk if he’d have the patience or need for a lathe(sp?) hes not the most artistic man, thats more me. but i kno he likes building things.

so any suggestions on starting a begginner table setting
tools supplies

Denny answers:

The basics for a beginner are:

Sturdy table. Used, stained and scarred would be fine.
Dresser drawer cabinet. Used, stained and scarred is not important.
Table saw.
Jig saw.
Hammer.
Screw driver set.
Orbital sander.
Battery powered screw driver.
Cordless drill with metal bits and wood bits.

The next step up:
Scroll saw.
Drill press (Table top or floor stand)

Leave out the lathe for now. That’s in the third step category. That’s very expensive because of the hand tool collection that is used with the lathe.

I suggest you not bother with supplies. He will have to do a lot of shopping regardless of what you buy. Shopping for wood and screws will be fun for him and you can’t do it without knowing what the first project is.

Mayan

Sandra asks…

what do i need to get started with woodworking?

Alright, well i have been woodworking for 3 years in high school, now i’m looking to continue this as a hobby and maybe later own starting my own business. For right now what kind of tools should i get to get started.
I already have a lot(dad does a lot of home renovation)
Hammers
Drills
squares
table saw
miter saw
jig saw
portable sanders
radial arm saw
router
etc.
but what else would i need, i know i would need a jointer and plainer-what kind? i know grizzly is good but can be pricey.. but what else help me out tell me what i need and what brand would be good

Denny answers:

Head over to: http://www.harborfreight.com/ and have a look around. Inexpensive tools of all kinds and they ARE guaranteed. I’ve been a Licensed Residential Builder for 20 years, and I can tell you you’ll get a lot of satisfaction from your woodworking hobby. There’s lots of tools to need and want, but few of them are really necessary. Plan your shop with tools that will do “double duty” for you, and expand as money allows. A good 10″ compound miter saw is a necessity. SOme saw horses, an 18v cordless drill and a tblesaw. Why BOTH a table saw and a Radial arm? Start with a table saw and learn to make the jigs you need to take advantage of all the uses it can do. I’ve used a drill press for a lathe, as well as using it for a drill. That’s what I mean by “double duty”. Plan what you’ll NEED to complete a project, an start with that. As you grow in the hobby, add to your collection of tools. Good Luck, and enjoy your new hobby!

Mary asks…

What do i need to get started with woodworking?

Alright, well i have been woodworking for 3 years in high school, now i’m looking to continue this as a hobby and maybe later own starting my own business. For right now what kind of tools should i get to get started.
I already have a lot(dad does a lot of home renovation)
Hammers
Drills
squares
table saw
miter saw
jig saw
portable sanders
radial arm saw
router
etc.
but what else would i need, i know i would need a jointer and plainer-what kind? i know grizzly is good but can be pricey.. but what else help me out tell me what i need and what brand would be good

Denny answers:

You left out wood!

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How to Sharpen Tools : Sharpening a Drill Bit



How to sharpen a common drill bit; get professional tips and advice from an expert carpenter on how to sharpen carpentry tools in this free instructional video. Expert: Fred Carson Bio: Fred Carson has been professionally sharpening tools for more than twenty five years. He runs Carson’s Saw Shop in Eugene, Oregon. Filmmaker: max koetter
Video Rating: 3 / 5

Power Tools & Carpentry Skills : Drill Press Safety Rules



Drill press safety covers a few rules of using drill presses responsibly, including securing bits firmly, keeping hair and sleeves away from the drill, and clamping down wood securely. Operate a drill press safely with instructions from an experienced builder in this free video on carpentry tools. Expert: Robert Markey Bio: Robert Markey is an artist who works in several media including painting, sculpture, installation, video and mosaics. Filmmaker: EquilibrioFilms Erik

Your Questions About Woodworking Tools



Chris asks…

What kind of woodworking tools do I need to make a body for a guitar?

I’ve never done any woodwork before and need to know the names of some tools. I want to get pretty intricate into detail with it, so any tools that do just that would help the most. Thanks.

Dusty answers:

See grizzly.com for a section that is directed at guitar making.
Meyer

Ruth asks…

What woodworking tools does one need to only build bookcases?

I just want to start building bookcases, and was wondering what tools I would need. I appreciate anyone answering but I am hoping that I will get an answer from a woodworker or experienced person.

Dusty answers:

* 10″ Table saw
* Surface planer
Shaper
* Router with table
* Jointer
* Glue up station with pipe clamps or hydraulic rams
* Palm sanders
Drill press
* Drill
Lathe with follow jig
Scroll saw
* Sliding compound miter saw with clamps and crown stops
Turret style radial arm saw
* Circular saw
* Powered screw driver
* Compressor
* Finish nailing gun
* Pot sprayer/HPLV sprayer/Turbine sprayer
* Spray booth
Various jigs and dies (you will make these as you go)

–EDIT–
I guess you really don’t need all that stuff right off the bat. I’ll put an asterisk by the stuff you will need just to start production.

Helen asks…

is there a dealer in the Glasgow area who would be interested in buying old, second hand woodworking tools.?

these tools include a Stanley No.55 moulding plane with four boxes of cutters, a two jaw chuck wheel brace, a Stanley No.7 plane, a Henry Mathieson plane and a Primus petrol blow lamp.

Dusty answers:

Ebay is a good source takes a little time to set up an account but well worth it there alot of collectors searching for vintage tools and willing to pay good prices for them Good luck

George asks…

I’m looking for a charity who accepts tools (automotive & woodworking) in Phoenix, AZ. Any suggestions?

My father died and kept wonderful care of a lot of useful tools. Chandler area. Woodworking, general home repair, automotive, etc. I would like a reputable organization who could use these as a donation or pass them on to someone who can. Must be able to pick them up.

Dusty answers:

I feel sure that Habitat for Humanity could use them or would know of someone else. There should be a toll-free number in
the yellow pages of your local phone directory. If not, there is a website for information. Bless you for thinking to pass your Dad’s tools on!

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