All tool reviewing aside what are some staples in my shop? Some things may be obvious, but others may not be, I like to swap things around on this page but theres quite a few things I would like to highlight.
The SBOX8 is a box joint dado stack but it works exceptionally well on table saws with short arbors, such as my Dewalt DWE7480, it cannot fit a full stack. The SBOX8 flips allowing cutting widths of 1/4″ or 3/8″. The stack is 8″ with a 5/8″ arbor and retails from $80-$100.
There are so many options for driver bits on the market today, nearly every manufacturer has them, some a good, some are not so good, some are great. Personally, I love the newer Bosch Impact bits. First off they don’t break the bank, you can find a whole range of lengths, types and sizes. The fitment is outstanding especially on PH2 screw heads. Most kits retail anywhere from $10-$25 and can be found nearly anywhere Bosch Tools are sold.
I have been on a rather of a quest to supplement my shop with quality wood working hand tools. The results you can achieve by hand sometimes just can’t be done with a machine, this tool at a budget price of $26 bucks is well worth adding to the arsenal. The scraper is comfortable to use and really instrumental at cleaning up glue joints. Best way is to grab this gem on Amazon they have a few different sizes but the 665 is the most bang for the buck.
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