A Little Extra Cash = Tools, Jig Hardware
I have a about $200 extra in cash that I have been saving. A company trip next week to the Fox Valley in Wisconsin is a good opportunity to spend a little cash. I found a few interesting tools on Craigs list and a shop that sells used tools.
A few thngs on my list:
-Ridgid Spindle/Belt Sander - Used - $130
-Quick Release Front Vise - Economy from Woodcraft - $86
-T-Track and hardware for jigs and a drill press table
I am in the process of building a workbench, so I have a lot of interest in the vise and the t-track hardware.
Does anyone know if a Kreg Klamp will fit in a t-track instead of buying the more expensive Kreg track?
I know I cant buy everything listed for the $200, but I am brain storming and will prioritize from here.
Still thinking about a cordless circular saw for sheet goods, but I probably have more useful things on the list to buy ahead of this saw.
Any other ideas or suggestions?
Last edited by Rich Aldrich; 10-23-2008 at 01:15 AM.
Reason: Added Cordless Circular Saw
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