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If you're like me, it seems like we purchase a new woodworking tool or accessory just about every week.  Post photos (and a description) of your last (or somewhat recent) purchase here so we can see what all the community members are buying and maybe we can get ideas of items to add to our own shopping list!

(please also post a link to where the product can be purchased if possible... so spending money is only a click away for the rest of us.)  ;)

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Thanks for the tip. I just ordered 2. Great deal.

JD said:
Woodcraft has Wilton Woodworking vises on a 70% sale until 5/29 for $10. I picked up 3 of them. They might not be heavy-duty, professional vises but they will work very nicely on my work table.

http://www.woodcraft.com/Product/2080822/29953/Wilton-6-12-Light-Du...



My last woodworking purchase, or 'toy' as my girlfriend likes to call it! Also in the background you can see the box for the rectratable air hose reel I recently bought as well. I'm in the process of modding the saw during my holidays, basically removing the RHS cast iron wing and making an oak trimmed MDF table to take its place, but big enough to fill the entire gap between the fance rails. Being built using my kreg jig of course :)
It's one of thsos just had to have.

Must be a good profit in dressers hahahah

David Dean said:
It's one of thsos just had to have.

WoodRiver Clamp Guide, 50 inch - Not having a table saw I needed a good saw guide. Got it from Woodcraft. 4 reviews with 4.5 star, didnt think I could go wrong for $39.99....

I was looking at a similar one, does the track work for the Kreg Klamps too? if so that's GREAT!

Tom Hansen said:
WoodRiver Clamp Guide, 50 inch - Not having a table saw I needed a good saw guide. Got it from Woodcraft. 4 reviews with 4.5 star, didnt think I could go wrong for $39.99....
I picked up a 50", 36" and 24" All In one Contractors clamp/saw guide a few months back from Rockler for 69.99 for all three of them. Then picked up the wide jaws for them on Woodcraft for 9.95 a set. I use them to cut up sheet and they are very accurate actually they are so accurate that I do final cuts with them and a circular saw (with a good blade). All in One also has a 100" clamp/guide as well that I'm thinking about getting mostly so I can make cuts down a full length of ply.

I personally don't like cutting large pieces of sheet material on my table saw because it is a little to small for doing it safely.

Tom Hansen said:
WoodRiver Clamp Guide, 50 inch - Not having a table saw I needed a good saw guide. Got it from Woodcraft. 4 reviews with 4.5 star, didnt think I could go wrong for $39.99....

I've just ordered this Earlex Spray Station 5000 HVLP System today, now just have to wait for in to be delivered. Heard a lot of good reviews about this unit and can't wait to try it out.
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My new Leigh Super FMT mortise & tenon jig and my Festool 1400 Router.

You have just saved me over $100 dollars. was going to buy a router table top from rockler for around $200 plus build a cabinet. I was able to get the sale price for the 3 clamps from rockler. I can same function different method. Also fills the need for ripping wide stock.

rdjack21 said:
I picked up a 50", 36" and 24" All In one Contractors clamp/saw guide a few months back from Rockler for 69.99 for all three of them. Then picked up the wide jaws for them on Woodcraft for 9.95 a set. I use them to cut up sheet and they are very accurate actually they are so accurate that I do final cuts with them and a circular saw (with a good blade). All in One also has a 100" clamp/guide as well that I'm thinking about getting mostly so I can make cuts down a full length of ply.

I personally don't like cutting large pieces of sheet material on my table saw because it is a little to small for doing it safely.

Tom Hansen said:
WoodRiver Clamp Guide, 50 inch - Not having a table saw I needed a good saw guide. Got it from Woodcraft. 4 reviews with 4.5 star, didnt think I could go wrong for $39.99....

Ted:
What are your impressions of the FMT?......worth the bucks?
Rich

Ted W. Broussard said:
My new Leigh Super FMT mortise & tenon jig and my Festool 1400 Router.

So far, I would say yes. This is the $400 jig not the $800. I have tried several mortise and tenon cuts with good results. I had to order a 1/2" router bit and larger templates for cutting 1 1/2" material. I'll be testing those out this weekend. I'll let you know the results.

Richard Mantell said:
Ted:
What are your impressions of the FMT?......worth the bucks?
Rich

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