When is it a good time to upgrade the tools you own? In this video, I’ll be talking about three new tools that I recently bought and what led me to upgrade from the ones I owned previously.
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TOOLS DISCUSSED IN VIDEO //
– Delta 26-2250 12″ Dual Bevel Sliding Cruzer Miter Saw: https://amzn.to/36aCHxh
– Jet 6″ Jointer (not the one I purchased, but their newer model that’s equivalent): https://amzn.to/337KXw8
– Makita SP6000J 6.5″ Plunge Circular Saw: https://amzn.to/337KXw8
– Rail Guide for Makita that I purchased as well: https://amzn.to/2S3LTey
– Blade for Makita Track Saw: https://amzn.to/338XgrK
– Hand Planes from Rockler: https://www.rockler.com/bench-dog-no-5-and-60-1-2-hand-planes
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– Tripod: https://amzn.to/2QCdzpR
– Rode Microphone: https://amzn.to/39s6vVr
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As a woodworker, you’re probably going to purchase a lot of tools as new projects arise that require certain tools. Up until recently, I’ve been buying new tools, but now started to upgrade the ones that I already own, such as my circular saw, my miter saw, and my jointer. In this video, I’ll share my experiences with my older tools and what ultimately led me to the decision to upgrade. As stated in the video, I’m not saying that you need to upgrade immediately, but rather think about the return on the investment of the tool and what you’ll gain from new features/functionality. Hope you enjoy!