Want to know what’s in my shop? No problem. Here’s a list of the tools that I use. You won’t find a tool listed here that it is not in my shop.
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Used to make quick, accurate crosscuts in wood at specific angles.
A mitre saw was one the first tools that I purchased when I first started to experiment with woodworking because I worked on fairly small projects that required repetitive crosscuts. It remains one of the most used tools in my shop.
Used to make quick, accurate pocket holes for joining pieces of wood.
Most woodworking projects require wood to be joined. Traditional methods of doing this require high skill and a lot of time. The Kreg Jig is an incredible tool for speeding up the process of accurately joining workpieces while creating very strong joints.