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Here are my favorites:

1. SawStop 3HP Professional Cabinet Saw.  It's a dream tool.

2. Ridgid Oscillating Sander.

3. Kreg Master Jig with  Klamp Traks.

4. My custom outfeed table with Klamp Traks attached.

(see above)

5. My custom-built  New Yankee router station.

6. My 16" Porter-Cable Omni dovetail jig.

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Currently?  My motorcycles

 

That said...it's a toss up between my Ridgid 4510 Table-saw and my new Freud Router/Table combo

Geoff, would you post photos of those tools (please include the motorcycles).  The 4510 is the portable Ridgid, right?  Good tool! 

Geoff Simpson said:

Currently?  My motorcycles

 

That said...it's a toss up between my Ridgid 4510 Table-saw and my new Freud Router/Table combo

i would have to say my new shop, nice to have room to work with good light and plenty of outlets, no more extension cords. as for real tools i would say my ridgid table saw, jet 22-44 drum sander and grizzly dust collector. but picking a favorite tool for me is like picking my favorite child, lol. like all my tools. cant forget my kreg jigs.
I really like that Ridgid tablesaw.  I had one that I sold to my brother....he loves it.

steve kidd said:
i would have to say my new shop, nice to have room to work with good light and plenty of outlets, no more extension cords. as for real tools i would say my ridgid table saw, jet 22-44 drum sander and grizzly dust collector. but picking a favorite tool for me is like picking my favorite child, lol. like all my tools. cant forget my kreg jigs.
BTW:  I am really envious of your shop.  I had to convert my garage, unfortunately.  When it freezes overnight, I have to make room for my wife's car so she doesn't have to remove ice from the windshield!  My lot is not large enough to build a shop.

Ted W. Broussard said:
I really like that Ridgid tablesaw.  I had one that I sold to my brother....he loves it.

steve kidd said:
i would have to say my new shop, nice to have room to work with good light and plenty of outlets, no more extension cords. as for real tools i would say my ridgid table saw, jet 22-44 drum sander and grizzly dust collector. but picking a favorite tool for me is like picking my favorite child, lol. like all my tools. cant forget my kreg jigs.
i know how you feel ted, i had to use the garage up till last year when i built the shop, wife wanted to park in garage, so i "had" to build shop. lol so glad she wanted to park in a garage. thanks again for the complement
ted do you get much freezing weather in LA?

No pic's of the router table, but here's a couple i pulled outa my iPhone



Ted W. Broussard said:

Geoff, would you post photos of those tools (please include the motorcycles).  The 4510 is the portable Ridgid, right?  Good tool! 

Geoff Simpson said:

Currently?  My motorcycles

 

That said...it's a toss up between my Ridgid 4510 Table-saw and my new Freud Router/Table combo

nice bike! do you guys like the ridgid occulating belt/spindle sander. looking to buy one, got a great comment from one other person, just verifing his comments.

Thanks Steve.

 

I like the sander, it's not what i'd call a precision instrument though.  Takes off massive swaths of wood in no time

thats what i needed to know, thanks geoff. when the funds arrive i think i will get one, hope to get a hd discount coupon.
Yeah, ya know with Global Warming and all, we've had more freezing weather in the past few years than I can remember.  But seriously, we have had more freezing temperatures, but, it is usually freezing only until the sunrises.  So, we'll get some frost on the windshields.  It did snow three times last winter.  In the 58 years that I've been around, it's only snowed maybe 5 or 6 times until last winter.  That Global Warming is the darndest thing!
steve kidd said:
ted do you get much freezing weather in LA?

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