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Re: [Shop-talk] Ever sell off all your tools?

Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] Ever sell off all your tools?
From: "John T. Blair" <>
Date: Mon, 24 Aug 2015 14:32:11 -0400
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At 12:54 PM 8/24/2015, as Peter wrote:

 >You might consider going through your tools and culling them down to the
 > basics.  The big tools you could sell/donate to a close 
friend/family so you can
 >use them if needed.

One of my buddies moved into a 2 bedroom condo in the DC area.  He 
loved wood working, so he turned his extra bedroom into his work 
shop.  Table saw
and all.  So if you have an extra room, you may not have to get rid off all the

Unfortunately, my dad passed away reciently.  We'd built a 6 bay shop 
at his place and had everything, table saw, radial arm saw, belt 
sanders, several band saws,
Arc & O/A welding, BridgePort milling machine, drill press, metal and 
wood lathes,
etc.  Unfortunately all the tools wouldn't fit in my 2 car 
garage.  So we had to off a
lot of the big tools.  Some of the smaller tools, the riobi planer, 
some so of the
small band saws, a small drill press, etc will be going to my youngest son.

Been working on cleaning out his place for 6 mo. now and it's still a mess. :)


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