Date: Fri, 21 May 2004 09:33:45 -0600
Author: "Zigmund J. Peacock"
Subject: Re: Items for a shop
Machele, If your going to do a "lathe possibly" look at a "Smithy" it is
the best of the lathe/mill combinations, so you could eliminate drill
press from your list because it will drill with a high degree of
precision as well as do all your turning chores. Zig
Machele Cable wrote:
> If you were going to create a decent machine/wood shop...not
> incredibly fancy (don't need a planer or anything), what items would
> you get? So far, I've come up with:
> drill press
> miter saw
> band saw
> drum sander
> band sander
> lathe (possibly)
> hand held tools: drills, jigsaws, wrenches, sockets, etc.
> What others can you think of?
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