Shop series. Variable speed and a 4/5” stroke ensure clean accurate cuts while the 0 to 45 bevelling table lets you make more specialized cuts. Also equipped with a dust port and dust blower to keep the work area clean and safe. Power is provided by a 1.2 amp motor with no load speed of 500 to 1700 SPM. Throat depth is 16” and the cutting depth is 2 1/2”. It comes with a blade guard, blade holder, allen key, and 2 blades (1 x 15TPI and 1 x 18TPI).
- Lightweight and easy to transport
- Table bevels 0 to 45 degrees
- Variable speed for precision cuts
- On board dust blower
- Dust port for dust extraction
List Price: $ 186.96
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Question by Time to change my name!: What tools would be in the perfect home workshop?
I’m kitting out a workshop for my fiancee as a surprise when he moves to his new home. He wants to “tinker” mechanically, not woodworking, more car fix up or alternative energy creations. What would you put in his new workshop for tools? Thanks to all in advance!
3 great answers! Thank you everyone… I’ll do the workbench, the lighting, the shop vac, and then price out the rest of the items on the first answer list and give him a gift card to get them. Wonderful, thank you everyone!
Answer by rich under construction
Two ways to shop for tools. One is to buy from newspapers, Craig’s List, etc… Another way would be to shop at a major retail store such as Sears or Lowes. They will honor any return if he doesn’t like them.
Here could be the start of a basic set of tools:
A workbench and a light over it.
Socket sets. SAE and Metric.
Auto electrical tools like a timer, voltage meter, etc…
Wrenches. Get him the ratcheting kind.
Vise grips, pliers
Compressor. Capable of 100 lbs. Air tools.
Congratulations and good luck!
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