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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-21-2017, 04:36 PM Thread Starter
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UPDATED, 1/21/2017
For Sale:
All tools in Very Good to Excellent Condition
Located in Zip 44056 (NE Ohio)
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All Sales in Cash at Point of Sale
Norm Style Router Table, (2) 26 x 36” with Ύ” miter slot,1 ½” thick top and bottom HPL table tops, split fence with 6” and 8” high faces, the latter with Ύ” slot for included feather boards, 4 parallel clamps, rear dust collection at bit height, and below table, duplex outlet with one side wired for included 10 Gal .Shop Vac dust collector enabled when included PC 75182 router is energized, Jessem Router-Lift, table mounted overhead lighting, locking off/ on switch, ½”Muscle Chuck collet , PC Ό” and !/2” collets, more than 75 high quality edge forming, shape forming, bearing guided, panel raising, and other sets, assorted bearings and PC guide bushings and locking nuts, associated tools, jigs and guards. $999.00

• DeWalt 26453K Palm Sander, variable speed, bag and vacuum dust collection with Bosch, Norton and Abranet 8-Hole discs, 60 to 600 grit discs. $45.00
• Ridgid R5010 1/2in. Hammer/pulse Drill. In Case, $75.00
• Kreg, shop-made pocket hole system with front clamp, adjustable side stop, vacuum adaptor, step drill, long #2 square driver, Ridgid R7000 3/8 in. 6.5 amp, variable speed, 0-2500 RPM drill and hundreds of fine and coarse pocket hole screws plus portable pocket hole guide with Rocket extension and flat and pocket hole frame clamps. $90.00
• Bosch 1132VSR, 3/8 in. variable speed, 0-1100 RPM right angle drill.$150.00
• Craftsman 3/8 in. VSR 0-1200 RPM, 3 amp drill. $20.00
• Festool OF 1400 EQ Plus Router with Edge Guide, dust collection, 1/4, 5/16 and 1/2in. collets, Track guides , Systainer and two circle cutting jigs with Ύ” to 36” diameter capacity. $450.00
• DeWalt DW682 Plate Joiner for 0, 10 and 20 biscuits in metal case with extra biscuits. $200.00
• DeWalt DW715 12” single bevel miter saw, stand with shelf and leveling feet, 72 tooth Freud thin kerf and 32 tooth DeWalt construction blades. $250.00
• Craftsman Belt Sander Model 315.117151, Belt size 3” x 21” 1HP, Cloth bag dust collection. $35.00
• Craftsman Brad Nailer Model 836.272330, Brad length 3/8 – 1 3/16”. $10.00
• Craftsman Variable Speed Scroller Saw Model 315.26730. $ 10.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-23-2017, 02:54 PM Thread Starter
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I have revised the first bullet of my OP to read:
• Norm Style Router Table, (2) 26 x 36” with Ύ” miter slot,1 ½” thick top and bottom HPL table tops, split fence with 6” and 8” high faces, the latter with Ύ” slot for included feather boards, 4 parallel clamps, rear dust collection at bit height, and below table, duplex outlet with one side wired for included 10 Gal .Shop Vac dust collector enabled when included PC 75182 router is energized, Jessem Router-Lift, table mounted overhead lighting, locking off/ on switch, ½”Muscle Chuck collet , PC Ό” and !/2” collets, more than 75 high quality edge forming, shape forming, bearing guided, panel raising, and other sets, assorted bearings and PC guide bushings and locking nuts, associated tools, jigs and guards.$ 799.00
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Not interested at the moment, but given what comes with it, the router table seems like a screaming deal.
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Regis,

Thank you for a nice visit, and for the trivet that you gave to my bride. She made the comment as we drove off, "all of the guys we meet from the forum are really nice". I reminded her that we have made many other friends that we haven't met in person (yet?) as well.

If anyone is in the market for good tools that have been well cared for (and produced very nice projects) it's worth you're while to swing by Ohio. You will get your moneys worth and more. You will also find an incredible basement workshop that I will honestly admit to being jealous of. If I only had the room for the tile inlay tables you made...

Thanks again, Regis! My oldest is ready to brag to her engineering drawing teacher about her "new" drafting table tomorrow.
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I wish it wasn't so far. I might be up for a road trip, just because.

But it is 19h 24 minutes...one way!
UGH!

Good luck with your sale, Regis.
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Every once in awhile, I wish we had a live Forum event, maybe associated with a woodworking show, maybe regional with tool sponsors helping organize it. I really appreciate the people on this Forum and wish I could meet more of them in person.

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I wish it wasn't so far. I might be up for a road trip, just because.

But it is 19h 24 minutes...one way!
UGH!

Good luck with your sale, Regis.
Mike
It seems that when there is something I want that is for sale it's way far away. If it wasn't for bad luck I would have no luck at all.

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