Quote from: Tuxedo on May 12, , AM. Lowes now carries Metabo tools in some of their stores.
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I'm personally a BIFL guy, so I'm willing to pay a bit more for tools that will last a long, long time. DeWalt's aren't bad either, but I'd suggest buying a laser attachment if the saw doesn't come with one to ensure accurate cuts. Also, ditch the stock blade and go for a nice Diablo or Black Widow blade. Quote from: nereo on May 12, , AM. He also tends to start talking very quickly when asked a question, so these thoughts and ideas will be a little scrambled as I took notes, but he's very knowledgeable.
Harbor Freight 10 Inch Sliding Compound Miter Saw (#61972) – Review
Here goes, in no particular order: Use 6 x 6 for pergolas. For the fence, put posts in, put concrete, then using a skill saw and cut them off at the level you want because grade of ground varies. Need skill saw because you're not cutting miters, all of your cuts will be straight, 90 degree cuts. Unless you're going to be doing inlay work, the skill saw is what you need. He says you probably already have one. If you do have to cut all of your fence posts at the same height, pull a string and mark posts in between and cut them off at the string line. TV shows love miter boxes because actors might hurt themselves with a skill saw.
As he's talking, I remember using a skill saw years ago - it's more work than a miter saw, LOL. If you must get a miter box, don't get a saw with a blade more than 10" in diameter, because they are prohibitively expensive. Recommends Rigid brand if you must have a miter box. Good quality, but this a tool you hang onto, not sell. Does not need to be sliding, just a regular.
Then he got up and walked away, so that's all I got! Quote from: esq on May 12, , PM. What a lovely place. Hopefully you have better summer weather in which to enjoy it than we have here in Texas. I hste to admit it because most of my tools are Milwaukee, but i did buy a Harbor Freight mitre saw years ago and built a foot lake cabin using it. I'm waiting for it to fail, but it just keeps plugging along and I abuse the heck out of it.
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Please refer to the About section for more info. The rack and pinion fence on the DeWalt table saw is awesome! It is fast to set and always dead on accurate. The rack and pinion fence system is the reason I went with Dewalt over the Bosch model when I was looking for a portable jobsite table saw with stand.
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I took it out of the box and plugged it in and no vibration at all. I was very impressed.
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That outgassing smell is gone on their better stuff now. They are really starting to up their product quality and others need to take note.
Take a look at the teardowns of their new tools and they are quite impressive compared to what they were. Dan Moening Member. Quote: There are new 44" toolboxes coming in red blue and black U.edumacoltd.com/images/rukorokol/3566.php
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General brand? I hope so I'd like something other than bright red. The drawer slides on these are quite good.
Sort of mirrors the perceived by me history of Grizzly. At the risk of offending Papa Griz, I seem to recall that back-when they were making knock-offs of Delta and others. Now, they're a major player, not a knock-off factory, and the quality seems to have improved. They're not quite Minimax, but then Minimax isn't quite Minimax any more from what I've read here, and Griz's customer service is all over that aspect in spades, also from what I've read here.
And I'm still in mourning for the loss of Delta as I knew it, including their customer service run by a member of this forum at the time.