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  About Me

  • My Shop
    Some detailed information about my workshop.
    Power Tools
    I don't have a workshop, I have a van. Can't remember exact model numbers for my tools but here goes.

    Hitachi 18 volt rattle gun.
    Hitachi 18 volt combi cordless.
    Hitachi 18 volt Multitool.
    Festool TS55 REQ circular plungesaw (110 volt) two 1400mm lengths of track and a 1080mm one.
    Festool CTM 26 AC extractor.
    Hitachi 235mm circular saw (110 volt). Its too big for daily use but OK sometimes.
    Makita Mitre saw (110 volt).
    De-Walt powerplaner (again 110 volt and its the one that takes 4mm off in a pass).
    Hitachi cordless gas first fix nail gun.
    Hitachi cordless gas second fix brad gun.
    Hitachi SDS drill (110 volt, are you seeing a pattern yet?)
    Metabo STEB 140 Jigsaw (110 volt).
    Hitachi M12 V2 router (110 volt, bit big but smooth to use)
    De Walt D26200 Compact fixed base router (really nice little item and a joy to use, think its also called a DW611 across the pond).
    PLS 180 self leveling laser with receiver, its a dead handy little thing and the beeper makes it even better.
    My Shop
    Its small, its so small that its got about the same internal area as a Smilie face Transit van.
    In fact, thats what it is.

    I'm a subbie so pretty much all of my work is done on other peoples sites and ideally I avoid working in domestic houses (at least when the owner is living in them) like the plague.
  • Woodworker Information
    A few details about myself.
    Biography
    Self employed subcontractor carpenter.
    Location
    The Duchy of Grand Fenwick, otherwise known as Great Britain.
    Interests
    Motorbikes, old British made hand tools and all sorts of stuff.
    Favorite Router
    Fairly new to this router business, got a Hitachi M12V2 thats OK for kitchen worktop joints but a bit numb otherwise and a DeWalt D26200 compact router thats a really nice little thing for most of the other stuff I want to do.
    I feel like I should know more about their uses and thats why I'm here.
    Woodworking Experience (Years)
    12 years self employed and a bit more before that working for others.
    First Name
    Scott.
    Country
    United Kingdom

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  • Join Date: 08-12-2012
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04-18-2016
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01:40 PM - cocobolo1 quoted demographic in post Table with inlaid stones in the top.
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08:09 PM - vindaloo quoted demographic in post It's final Boston pulled out of the 2024 Olympics
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06-01-2015
02:28 AM - woodworker28 quoted demographic in post Is this quote correct? 90%
Possibly so but the table takes ...
05-31-2015
05:13 PM - darsev quoted demographic in post Anyone use a Festool track saw ?
The only finish product I've cut...
05-30-2015
05:32 PM - MT Stringer quoted demographic in post What a shame they went belly up
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