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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-14-2008, 06:45 PM Thread Starter
 
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Anyone going tommorow? I'm dropping the wife of at Bridgewater commons mall, and then I have the morning to myself at the show!
CC is polished and waiting
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Supprised there was no responce ? it was actually a good show I thought. Picked up some JET clamps(very nice, compared to my usual cheap stuff) splurged on some freud Bits, picked up a Forrest II for the TS. Also picked up a set of hinge self centering drills, WOW, how the hell did I ever manage without them!
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I can't wait for the Puyallup (Seattle) show at the end of April. This will be 4 years straight for me. Each year I pick up what I didn't get the year before. High on my list is the Freud Locking Mitre bit and the Gripper for thin stock. -Derek
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I spent a lot of time with this stand:
http://www.stockroomsupply.com/V_Drum_Sander.php

I'm always aware of sales pitch, but everything I threw at this guy and the sander, it just worked. No dust!!!! whatever I tried, and I tried to get it to produce dust
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I saw this booth at the Buffalo show last year. I was very impressed, by the time I got to his booth I had already spent all my money. I was going to try to build my own, but I haven't gotten to it.
Is the show large? I was surprised how small the show in Buffalo was. I'm going to try to get down to Somerset NJ next year.
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