My father has insisted on buying me a new jointer for my shop. I have
plenty of space, electricity and a budget of about $1500. So far, I've
looked at the Delta DJ-20, but I'm new to the jointer arena and could use
Any suggestions are welcome!
Read the OP's messages again, and look at the probable motivation on the
part of the father. While no one wants to overspend, there seems to be
more going on here than "what's the best value in a jointer?"
who enjoys using tools his grandfathers have passed down, and hopes that
his grandchildren have the same privileges, when the time comes...
If you don't want it, just say NO!. Be insistent and don't let your father
badger you into doing something you don't want. Stand up for your rights!
And then tell Dad I send him my love.
Hi brother Mike,
I have been looking for my real family for many years now. I have
finally found you and dear old Dad. I'm sure we'll get along just
great, sharing that shiny new DJ 20......... Mark L.
P.S. That is the right machine and the right budget for a good
jointer. Let us know what happens.
Michael Pio wrote:
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