I've had one for a number of years. It is a nice machine and very versatile. It’s really nice if you have a small shop area. The biggest drawback as I see it, is having to change from one set up to another. But again if you have limited space it is ideal. It does require a 30 amp breaker. Runs fine on a 20 amp but on start up, or if you have a bind it pulls extra current and the 20 amp may trip.
I've had a shopsmith for several years. It's very versatile and allowed me to make eveything I've wanted to make and i haven't really used it to its full potential.Now that I'm retiring, I'm going to do even more with it. I've made furniture, rocking horses, jewelry boxes, shelves, lawn furniture, picture frames, plant stands, wooden bowls, etc. It's been great for me.
Has anyone used one of the Kreg Universal Stand configurations as the base for a miter saw workstation with fold down wings? I scrolled through the pics in the community and all I saw were using a DIY base cabinet. I have an extra Kreg router…Continue
Hi all I am kind of new to the forum. Though I have been a kreg owner for more years than I can recall. As a CSS (Complete Set Syndrome) sufferer I have obvious;ly got one of everything kreg make ( in my price bracket). LOL. after years of waiting…Continue
Several months ago, I purchased the Kreg K4MS so that I could build the Lego Table as outlined on the companion "buildsomething" web site which exclusively uses pocket hole construction. I have considerable experience with conventional…