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    Was Santa Good to You?

    Mrs Santa sure did fine by me....and I was naughty!

    Lots of clamps, I Box, Hinge Maker and a set of bits. Dewalt quick clamps which I hope fit my Festool track

    Mr Santa treated himself to some metal cutting tools. Amazon/Dewalt had a $25 off a $ hundred or more promotion going and I used it on a DEWALT DWM120K 10 Amp 5-Inch Deep Cut Portable Band Saw Kit

    And SWAG had a sale on their Portaband tables. 15% off was too much to resist:
    http://www.swagoffroad.com/SWAG-V30-...able_p_55.html

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    I'll say.

    I was able to get the trim painting done in the breezeway today. Nice to be done with that.

    My daughter gave me a Amazon Gift card. I'm gonna get a laptop carry case with it.

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    Yap I must have been a good boy look what the girls got for me , still got to pick up a Wood River no 62 Friday that Jena ordered for me, got to love my nurses

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    I dunno what it means, I got a bag full of junk food, either she's trying to kill me or tell me to enjoy...you're going on a diet (same difference).

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    Actually we bought a craft cutter that was a gift for both of us, does stencil and vinyl cutting...got some great ideas for it's use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Calver View Post
    Mrs Santa sure did fine by me....and I was naughty!

    Lots of clamps, I Box, Hinge Maker and a set of bits. Dewalt quick clamps which I hope fit my Festool track

    Mr Santa treated himself to some metal cutting tools. Amazon/Dewalt had a $25 off a $ hundred or more promotion going and I used it on a DEWALT DWM120K 10 Amp 5-Inch Deep Cut Portable Band Saw Kit

    And SWAG had a sale on their Portaband tables. 15% off was too much to resist:
    http://www.swagoffroad.com/SWAG-V30-...able_p_55.html

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    Yer gona Love that I-Box Ted

    Me I didn't even get a lump of coal this year.
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    Holy cow Ted

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    I'm waiting on delivery on a new Ryobi 18V Lithium impact driver... but it was a good month before christmas so I told the family minimal tools.
    -Ned

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    To help with my breathing in the shop, my kids got together and got a Trend Airshield.. need to try it out tomorrow or next day.... also got an Easy Tool CI3 hollowing tool from my son. He had one and I admired it, so now I have one.
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    Re: Was Santa Good to You?

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    Besides a bunch of clamps, desktop sandblasting cabinet, portable sandblasting material carrier and a bunch of chocolate, i got a flexcut carving jack for Christmas. No complaints on my side just need more time to play.

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    cheers

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    Got my Mom and Dad for another Christmas. Best I can ask for, plue some cool stuff for the bike.
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