My power tool shopping conclusion. Like most from this group have
probably noticed that most of the power tools available all seem to
come out of the same factory. Several of the jointers that I looked
at all seemed the same except for the brand color. The internet gives
us the possibility to view several brands normally not found in one
store. There are exceptions of course like tools from General have a
unique well lets say a different design and the commercial green color
from the 40's or 50's.
What are your comments concerning different brands ?
firstname.lastname@example.org (Daniel Martin) wrote in message
This ought to get some folks going.
If the tool is solidly made, the brand doesn't make any difference.
How is the tool going to be used?
If the answers to the above are professionally & Often, best quality
tools are in order if the price is right. If one is going to use the
tools on a hobby basis & can put up with some adjusting, then lower
quality tools are acceptable. I don't mean to suggest that anyone
purchase tools that have very little quality just for the sake of
Above answer is correct
My favorites are:
for heavy work
for light work
Tools I stay away from:
Black and Decker
Everyone here will have different opinoins on which to get and which to stay
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