no.. doesn't look good...
looks great.. but you can get a 10" table saw for much cheaper than that.
Most of the stuff at harbor freight ***** donkey ballz......
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Dont get that style soldering gun
Get an iron
I have both and the gun is annoying even though its more wattage
are there any websites that are better for tools?Originally Posted by James Bang
and also, is a jointer worth getting to make the sides perfect ?
Harbor frieght is cheap, but their tools are cheap :P I've snapped like 17 thousand of their prybars in half. I have a Weller soldering gun and it's a real PITA to use, it's really heavy. I just use my butane powered iron from radio shack most of the time. Cordless ftw!
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I also use Frame Clamps, MDF blade (200 tooth), Jasper Jig, flush bit, round over bit, jigsaw, and a drill w/lots of bits.
I NEED a better table saw. The router I got from Harbor Freight DOES NOT fit the Jasper. and I need a belt sander and/or planer.
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how does this stuff look, its local to me
kudos for using a brad nailer
is that sarcasm?Originally Posted by iceteebone
Originally Posted by springy101
no. i use a brad nailer. i don't know why more people don't use them. save a lot of time and no counter-sinking
ya, a couple of pulls on the trigger and your done, **** countersinking takes way to long
Its fun to shoot kids with the nails as well
in woodshop i was tempted to pull back the safetyguard with my fingers then shoot at things, never had the balls to thoughOriginally Posted by Eldorado