Woodworking POWER Tools // Watch Before Buying [2021]

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    Lincoln St. WoodworksLincoln St. Woodworks

    A complete guide to buying beginner woodworking power tools. If you haven't made any purchases yet, watch this before buying anything. Woodworking power tools can be intimidating but I will give you no nonsense advice based on my own experience.

    We will cover the essential tools needed to build amazing furniture. Miter saws, Table saws, battery power hand tools, sanders, planer and jointers. But unlike what you may have read or seen online - you don't need a top of the line purchase for every item listed above.

    I explore what is a good and bad buy from entry level brands like Harbor Freight and Ryobi. Also why I think most beginner woodworkers get bad advice on their first table saw purchase.

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3x3Custom - Tamar
3x3Custom - Tamar

Haha, someone just sent me this video... thanks for the kind words! I can't wait to upgrade that saw one day though... ha

Vor Monat
Paul Weston
Paul Weston

@Harrison Fross They are great portable saws. I've watched Tamar's channel and she's given some great ideas on how to modify it into something a little more cabinet grade but it's a little less portable but that's what I was going for.

Vor 11 Tage
Dizzy Raskolnikov
Dizzy Raskolnikov

Nice to see 3x3CT actually getting a shout-out! The amount of times I think “I’ve seen that before, oh yeah, 3x3”. One of the GOATs to be sure. 😉

Vor 14 Tage
J Goodwin
J Goodwin

@jenky1044 exactly I was told once that I couldn’t make quality furniture unless I bought a 3 hp minimum tablesaw. I asked the guy what brand did they use 100,200,300 years ago lol I do a lot of handtool work but I still have a 1.75 hp sawstop and crank out quality work but that being said Tamar is still 5x the woodworker I am . She is my go to for jigs hands down.

Vor 21 Tag
jenky1044
jenky1044

How about she's great at the woodworking trade. Nice tools are nice, but that doesn't make the craftsman or craftswoman. It's like telling a photographer that his camera takes beautiful pictures. 😂. There's just more to it.

Vor 23 Tage
Harrison Fross
Harrison Fross

I can completely understand. As someone who uses a 7491. They're great little saws. But they do come with their drawbacks. That said, I often work in spaces where every square foot counts. So the combination of quality and portability makes Dewalt's job saws almost irreplaceable. Honestly I wish there was a saw built to cabinet grade but in a job site form factor. But I'm not sure it would be possible without compromising portability.

Vor 24 Tage
Alan Rios
Alan Rios

I have the cheapest of the cheapest and I end up with some amazing results, I can't blame the tools

Vor 2 Stunden
Matthew Knott
Matthew Knott

In Australia Makita is known for significantly better reliability with more japanese parts compared to Milwaukee, according to Total Tools. Milwaukee has longer warranty period though.

Vor 22 Stunden
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Nice!

Vor 13 Stunden
bryan breuninger
bryan breuninger

I got older used tools in fact my craftsman 10” table saw is probably from the 70’s still working great 👍 dangerous for the inexperienced though

Vor Tag
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Old or new - its all dangerous!

Vor 13 Stunden
Jordan Hart
Jordan Hart

Think this is the first time I've watched your channel.... And definitely getting the "Screw anything Harbor Freight" like everything is junk. I'm not going to say it's all good, and I'm not going to say there's nothing bad. I will say they are not the same store they used to be. Basically all of my drill bits are all Dewalt. My hand tools are a mix of Dewalt, Kobalt, and mixed Harbor Freight brands. My cordless power tools are Bosch. Yeah, I do a lot more auto and electronics work then I do wood working anymore, but I do still like to entertain the occasional wood working project here and there, and will tend to borrow what I don't own and don't have the cash to spare to buy the tool myself.

Vor Tag
Jordan Hart
Jordan Hart

@Lincoln St. Woodworks you said at 1:26 "I suggest getting a used name brand saw, like a Ridgid, a Dewalt, or Hitachi. If you prefer to buy new, you could get a lesser quality saw, like a Ryobi or a Harbor Freight for about the same price as the used name brand." Now, it's well known that Warrior and Chicago Electric are remnants of old Harbor Freight (the ones you can buy for less then $150). Couldn't tell you where the heck the Admiral places at $200, but it is at the same starting point as the Bauer, going up to $290. Go up another $10 and you've hit the first of two Hercules at $300, before residing at the one supposed to be the most decked out at $370. Now, when talking "the Harbor Freight", which of these ten options do you mean? And are they all simply "Lesser quality"? What makes them "Lesser quality"?

Vor 12 Stunden
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

I suggested that they are a fine buy for a miter saw. They also have decent clamps that I talk about in another video.

Vor 13 Stunden
ramonito estrera
ramonito estrera

yeah i appreciate it dude.

Vor Tag
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

:)

Vor 13 Stunden
Michael Holmstrom
Michael Holmstrom

I have a Hichachti 10" miter saw and will probably never replace it since it gets so little use with my cross cut table saw sled and my band saw. I bought an expensive stand for the miter saw which just takes up more space in my small shop now.

Vor Tag
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Yeah those miter stands arent great for a small space

Vor 13 Stunden
Andrew Saturn
Andrew Saturn

So much hate on harbor freight when most of their tools (the mid and upper level) are literally from the same factories as Ridgid and DeWalt and Craftsman. Shop for features and price! Everything is Chinesium until you get into $$$$ range.

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Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Didn't I say they were perfectly fine for a miter saw? I'm going to do a video on the "same factory" myth one day too

Vor 13 Stunden
Ben Deollos
Ben Deollos

I was wondering if you have a tut video or plans for the deathstar in the back?

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Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

I have a video on the build - but its not a great tutorial

Vor 13 Stunden
CaveFreediving
CaveFreediving

I started with a Dewalt jobsite table saw, a Makita palm sander, a Ridgid compact drill and a Bosch compact router. Those 4 tools have built dozens of projects over the past 12 years. I just recently bought a large Ridgid mitre saw and its 0 degree detent isn't a perfect 90 degrees.

Vor 2 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

nice!

Vor 13 Stunden
Rob Wenzel
Rob Wenzel

All my tools are Dewalt, I love them and never had an issue yet

Vor 2 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Nice!

Vor 13 Stunden
Sunday Sunday
Sunday Sunday

I have one of those Dewalt table saw's and it's one of the best purchases I've made, the fence is solid and straight, very powerful (albeit loud) and really good quality overall, definitely recommend

Vor 4 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Yep, great saw

Vor 3 Tage
James Robertson
James Robertson

Right on with focusing on the jointer as a tool that shouldn't be scrimped on. If you're going to have one, it needs to be a pretty good one. And for god's sake, be careful with it. More digits have been lost on those things than everything else put together.

Vor 5 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Very true

Vor 3 Tage
Mani Dharma
Mani Dharma

Great video. Ton of information. Thanks for sharing.

Vor 5 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Glad you enjoyed it!

Vor 3 Tage
djlhobbies
djlhobbies

Where is Jonathan's link you said you would leave below?

Vor 6 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

he just put out a new one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZDCRFi8dKY&t=1s

Vor 12 Stunden
Disgusting Handsome
Disgusting Handsome

Be careful with the DeWalt table saw while turning the knob not to have your hand or fingers stuck in it. The saw it self is great and never had any problems except my hand stuck at the knob. I had the Ryobi table saw when I just started and it was a pain to get straight cuts. Was spending more time aligning the fence then cutting.

Vor 8 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

ha I've cut my fingers on that knob!

Vor 12 Stunden
Dane Lockhart
Dane Lockhart

I’m 99.9% sure everything mentioned in this video is spot on. At least that’s been my experience/thought process as well.

Vor 8 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Nice!

Vor 12 Stunden
SegoMan
SegoMan

Personally I prefer my tools to be Ridged!

Vor 8 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

whatever works

Vor 12 Stunden
Stan Hawkins
Stan Hawkins

I have the Sawstop job site saw, because my shop is too small for a cabinet saw. I would never consider a lesser saw. Ever.

Vor 8 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

unfortunately its not realistic for everyone's budget

Vor 12 Stunden
Mattia Alpini
Mattia Alpini

I subscribed the second I heard "That's what she said"

Vor 8 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

lol much appreciated

Vor 12 Stunden
Thor
Thor

I've seen just about every woodworker creator - and I love your content. Look forward to seeing more of stuff like this. :)

Vor 8 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Thank you!

Vor 12 Stunden
Hurtful Truth
Hurtful Truth

Ummm you don't have to be a beginner. You can be a professional and still use cheaper tools.

Vor 8 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

true

Vor 12 Stunden
RasulMati
RasulMati

Firstly just wanted to watch your video to gets tips on what tools are recommended first etc. when starting woodworking. Now I can say you are very clear, understanding and explaining in a good way answering my question as which tools I should and shouldn't buy. 👍🏻 good vid

Vor 9 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Glad I could help!

Vor 12 Stunden
csrboltfan
csrboltfan

"What'd you get from the grocery store, Honey?" "Well, I bought some fruit and veggies. Meat was on sale so I got some steaks, some chicken, and some pork chops. Got some canned soup and, OH YEAH, a mitre saw!" "Say what????"

Vor 9 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

lol basically how it happened

Vor 12 Stunden
DogFace
DogFace

It helps to remember that every tool design is aimed at a perceived (and usually proven) NEED. Just because I don't have that NEED, I should not say "never buy this". I find the most useful reviews focus on "who could use this best", describing the conditions under which a user would be best satisfied with a particular product. A reviewer who cannot do this is not one from whom I would take advice.

Vor 10 Tage
DogFace
DogFace

@Lincoln St. Woodworks arf :-)

Vor 8 Stunden
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

I dont take advice from dogs - we are even

Vor 12 Stunden
Neeloo Praveen
Neeloo Praveen

I just paused the video to say I am a Makita guy too .

Vor 10 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

makita guys for life

Vor 12 Stunden
Atomic Muffins
Atomic Muffins

Thanks for keeping it short and straightforward; definitely earned that like 👍

Vor 12 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

No problem 👍

Vor 11 Tage
Aaron Drossart
Aaron Drossart

I agree with every word you said in this video. A rarity on youtube.

Vor 12 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Ha thank you!

Vor 11 Tage
Rich MAC
Rich MAC

Good video and I'd agree with just about everything you said with the exception of the miter saws. I have an expensive double bevel saw but needed something to keep at my cottage out of state for trim work I was doing. Went to HF and bought their cheapy 10" saw. Had to spend a considerable amount of time squaring it up (the saw didn't make provisions for it) but found that when I needed to cut compound angles it was always off a degree or two. Might not sound like much but a degree or two on trim work is not good. HF does now have some better saws and suggest stepping up to one of those if you go the HF route

Vor 12 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Thanks Rich

Vor 11 Tage
Shell Cracker
Shell Cracker

I see a table saw. I’m out 🤕

Vor 12 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

much appreciated

Vor 11 Tage
wayne warren
wayne warren

I couldn't find your danish clogs video tutorial, could you put up a link to that?

Vor 12 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

One day

Vor 11 Tage
Sinfulxhope
Sinfulxhope

hand plane for face grain, belt for end it's just faster if you don't have a drum sander alls im sayin

Vor 12 Tage
Sinfulxhope
Sinfulxhope

Dewalt table saw on a shitty ikea table is kinda my speed

Vor 12 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

ha thats great

Vor 11 Tage
blucy10
blucy10

It’s funny that you mentioned a jointer last. When I was growing up, my grandfather had an old 6” jointer in his shop. I never saw it being used. My brother was a cabinetmaker before he retired. He never used a jointer except at a framing shop he worked at for a short time. He would use his cabinet saw for any jointing he had to do. He also just gave his son the table saw that my grandfather had in the same shop. The table tilts instead of the blade, and there isn’t a removable throat plate. I know that marble was cut on that saw, but it has survived almost 70 years of use.

Vor 12 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Thats wild that the table tilts

Vor 11 Tage
Andrew Cockburn
Andrew Cockburn

T’is a poor carpenter who blames his tools.

Vor 13 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

cool

Vor 11 Tage
Gene Lomas
Gene Lomas

Does what it says on the box.. Good video sir. Nice 👍

Vor 13 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Thank you!

Vor 11 Tage
David Southwell
David Southwell

I have a Delta miter saw my dad gave me. No compound. A friend gave me an old Skilsaw table saw portable but it’s mounted to a table so not portable. I still have a Ryobi 18v cordless drill. I have a bunch of other tools too

Vor 13 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

nice

Vor 11 Tage
Jason H
Jason H

I love my Ryobi drills and saw. Also have the dewalt table saw…

Vor 13 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

nice

Vor 11 Tage
ed MC
ed MC

CAN YOU SHOW ME YOUR CLAMPS RACK??? SUPER VIDEO

Vor 13 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Check out the shop tour video - I talk about it there

Vor 11 Tage
Mister Backster
Mister Backster

yeah going to buy a kregg4

Vor 13 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

nice

Vor 11 Tage
F D
F D

Excellent!!!

Vor 13 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

thank you!

Vor 11 Tage
Crusty Camper
Crusty Camper

Your video was different to what I was expecting. I thought it was going to be a sales pitch for top of the range gear. I was very impressed and pleased to see your common sense and experience showing through. I want to see more of your videos, so Subscribed.

Vor 13 Tage
Adam E
Adam E

Just found your channel. So far so good 👍🏼

Vor 13 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Awesome! Thank you!

Vor 11 Tage
Ryan Hipp
Ryan Hipp

I don't know why people bag n Ryobi - They make great power tools. I do agree, their table saw is maybe one of the few items they offer that isn't on par with the competition - I don't know why they don't make a competitive table saw.

Vor 14 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Ive got no issues with Ryobi. Im sure their table saw issue is $$$$

Vor 11 Tage
Renaissance Man
Renaissance Man

Why no mention of router tools?

Vor 14 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

They really deserve their own video. Katz Moses has that covered

Vor 11 Tage
Chris Jones
Chris Jones

This is the first video ive seen from your channel. And I gotta say, I'll prob watch more just for the comment that a hand plane can be used instead of a belt sander. I couldn't agree more.

Vor 14 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

facts are facts

Vor 11 Tage
Chris Jones
Chris Jones

I gotta say. Most furniture makers probably don't ever need to buy a miter saw. I've never owned one. And do all my crosscuts on the table saw.

Vor 14 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

very true

Vor 11 Tage
tr goede
tr goede

great advise. How do you like your mirka. Lots of grumbling about failures on line. thx

Vor 14 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

So far so good. I have seen those reviews but no issues with mine. Its a significant improvement from the Makita I used for 7 years.

Vor 11 Tage
Redbank
Redbank

My Ryobi gear is brilliant. Not had a problem with any of it.

Vor 14 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

nice

Vor 11 Tage
Luke's Doings
Luke's Doings

FYI - I was not able to do a 3/4" Diablo dado blade setup on my DeWalt job site saw. However, I did use half of the dado blade kit. I had to make two passes to get my 3/4" dados. But it worked.

Vor 14 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Yeah I wouldnt advise attempting a 3/4 stack in a small saw like that. Thats asking for trouble

Vor 11 Tage
bavondale
bavondale

Thank you for the info

Vor 14 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

You bet

Vor 11 Tage
Isaac
Isaac

Solid advice. I disagree with the tablesaw advice though: Sawstop all the way. It's the most dangerous tool and the most used (and versatile if you consider jigs made for it). I bought a 1.75 HP 110V cabinet saw and have never looked back. You need to put it on a 20 A dedicated circuit though (it will frequently trip a 15A, even more so if the shop vac is attached). Also, get the swivel caster base (the highest quality one they offer for $250) -- I totally regret getting the stock pedal casters. PITA to maneuver with). Also the miter saw is important for cabinetry: batch cutting, stacked cutting, cutting timbers. IMO also a buy-once-cry once item. Drill press: get the table model. Floor model is wicked heavy, overpowered for what most cabinet makers need.

Vor 14 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

I can't advise someone starting out to drop 3k on a table saw. Keep a blade guard on, push sticks and the table saw is a much safer tool (and I own a sawstop now)

Vor 11 Tage
William Branham
William Branham

Excellent video, wise comments. I am a seasoned hobbyist with no bad vices other than wanting to try every tool out there: corded and non corded(including battery. I only bought the best in each class and now that I'm selling all my tools I've found that high end tools rarely fail and retain most of their value. However as you so wisely said in most cases a skilled archer can overcome a bad arrow.

Vor 15 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Thanks William!

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The 5th Journey Off-Grid Homestead
The 5th Journey Off-Grid Homestead

I have several of these and built our Off-Grid home with them. Worked fine and am still using them.

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The 5th Journey Off-Grid Homestead
The 5th Journey Off-Grid Homestead

@Lincoln St. Woodworks haven't had a chance to do anything with fine details yet but am thinking about building the bath vanities and countertops soon. Just to expensive to outright buy.

Vor 11 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

nice - if it works it works. Big difference between rough carpentry and building furniture though

Vor 11 Tage
Mark W
Mark W

I have been using Ryobi for over a decade now. I use my tools everyday. Love them

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The 5th Journey Off-Grid Homestead
The 5th Journey Off-Grid Homestead

I have several of these and built our Off-Grid home with them. Worked fine and am still using them.

Vor 15 Tage
savoi elvis
savoi elvis

i hade to say that you really make me laugh with the sponor of the video :))))))

Vor 15 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Thanks!

Vor 11 Tage
steve beuchert
steve beuchert

Makita is top notch in drill/ driver's

Vor 15 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

indeed

Vor 11 Tage
ReelNauti-Cal
ReelNauti-Cal

What a Ryobi be good for around the house cutting every once in awhile

Vor 15 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

100%

Vor 15 Tage
Jim N.
Jim N.

Sometimes? It's almost always the archer.

Vor 15 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

lol

Vor 11 Tage
Robert Kattner
Robert Kattner

Why do I not need a cabinet saw, I like cabinets, mine cost me $8,500.00. Tell you folks don't cheapen out. You get what you pay for.

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Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

For anyone that happens to read this comment - I can assure you that you don’t need to spend $8,500 on a table saw as a beginner or most likely ever

Vor 16 Tage
Eric's Variety Channel
Eric's Variety Channel

I'm not a woodworker by trade, but I needed some good woodworking tools for a project I was doing in my house. I answered an ad on FB Marketplace for a nice Delta miter saw for $40. Turns out he was an older guy who was a small time furniture maker; and was retiring and moving to FL. That planned $40 trip ended up costing me $1,200; but I got a bunch of well maintained mid to high end equipment with low-ish hours on it.

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Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

nice

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Eric's Variety Channel
Eric's Variety Channel

I said all that to say, sometimes you can get lucky with deals like that

Vor 16 Tage
Renaissance Man
Renaissance Man

Now with the invention of battery adapters you aren’t married to the tools in one battery platform. In most cases the adapter and battery will fit most to all tools in all lines.

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Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

thats an option

Vor 11 Tage
Jeff Hale
Jeff Hale

I always think it funny when someone like you thinks you should tell others how to spend their money. Like you know how each person works, where they work or what is necessary for them to be happy or proud. Like they need your approval… what a joke

Vor 16 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

I do like making jokes on the channel - mission accomplished!

Vor 16 Tage
Harry Callahan
Harry Callahan

Great video. Subbed

Vor 16 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Awesome, thank you!

Vor 16 Tage
nick w
nick w

On battery powered tools, I bought a gadget that converts Dewalt and dewalt clone compatible 18v batteries to Ryobi 18v batteries, enabling me to sell my ryobi batteries and charger

Vor 16 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Yeah those converters are an option

Vor 16 Tage
Bill B
Bill B

Tools ranked by quality and value: 1. Bosch 2. Bosch 3. And More Bosch Plus, they're blue. 👍

Vor 16 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

lol

Vor 16 Tage
metalic1990
metalic1990

Another one saying Rayobi. Ryobi just Ryobi. Btw all this power tools can be replaced with handtools which gives way more fun from working with wood. All my tools together didn't even crosed 200$. Sure power tools are making work faster but is it really enjoyable to not thinking how to deal with the problem when you don't have a specific power tool?

Vor 16 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

I much prefer power tools but everyone is different!

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Wolfgang
Wolfgang

I’m on the right track then. Agreed with nearly all your comments, except the mitre saw. I bit the bullet on a Festool 120 because I intend to only ever own one.

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Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Ha the Kapex is incredible - nice buy

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Trevor Dennis
Trevor Dennis

There's another way to do this. _If_ you have a Mens Shed in your area, then for a few bucks a year you can have access to all that equipment. In my case I have a decent home shop but because of noise and space I go to my Mens Shed if I want to use a planer or thicknesser. I LOVE my DeWalt jobsite saw, and for most cuts, I prefer it to the cabinet saw at my Mens Shed. I've used a bunch of table saws over the years, and I _still_ prefer my DeWalt. It is so precise, the fence so accurate and easy to adjust and it has a limited footprint. I am not so keen on that DeWalt thicknesser. For one thing they are INCREDIBLY LOUD! I've only used one with HSS blades though. We have a proper cast iron thicknesser now with helical blades and it is way better than that DeWalt. It is much quieter, it does not clog up the extractor (because it produces chips instead of long strands of wood fibre) it feeds more reliably and, best of all, it produces a much better finish. I'm surprised you did not mention routers. I've used a bunch of table routers and I am convinced that the Triton TRA001 is the router to use in a table situation. They are powerful, and do not need a lift. I actually have a Bosch1600CE that I use in my router cabinet and with a plunge base, and while I love this router and its plunge base (I recently did a huge job with it and it barely got warm) I find a compromise in my router cabinet using the Bosch fixed base. You can 'sort of' adjust it from above the table, but it is not even close as fluid as the Triton. There was a severe supply problem with Triton routers when I built my cabinet, so I am sure I am going to buy a TRA001 now that they are available, even though it will mean making the cabinet top again. I don't regret my buying choice because I have got a ton of work done while waiting for A Triton, and the Bosch is definitely better with its plunge base. https://usmenssheds.org/ https://menzshed.org.nz/ https://scottishmsa.org.uk/find-a-shed/ https://mensshed.org/what-is-a-mens-shed/

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Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Routers need an entire video of their own which I will get to at some point.

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Jacob G
Jacob G

@ 8:37 I just about died from laughing... didn't see that coming at all!

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Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

haha thank you!

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Brian Gaudet
Brian Gaudet

sawstop is a good option for beginners its cheaper than a new thumb

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Brian Gaudet
Brian Gaudet

@Lincoln St. Woodworks agreed but I put safety high on my list

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Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

that is a an expensive option

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Louie Moreno
Louie Moreno

Nice

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Jim
Jim

I have many Ryobi tools they last for ever and work really well.

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Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Nice

Vor 16 Tage
Mark-Stephen Vana
Mark-Stephen Vana

Thank you for the insight, and advice.

Vor 17 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Glad it helped

Vor 16 Tage
Doğa Doğu
Doğa Doğu

2:28 "I'm a Makita-guy for life because I love blue" ROFL! This made me sub to his channel :)

Vor 17 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

appreciate the sub!

Vor 16 Tage
Rick smith
Rick smith

Could have mentioned old craftsman cast iron table saws can be had cheap, IF you are mechanically inclined enough to replace bearing in the saw arbor. ALL my major tools bought used.

Vor 17 Tage
Rick smith
Rick smith

I get that, just saying it's an option. although I've already built up my tool set, I really enjoyed the video and agree with what your saying.

Vor 16 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

I am definitely not mechanically inclined and have no experience with that crafstman, but my dad had one growing up

Vor 16 Tage
Chris TV
Chris TV

Good video!

Vor 17 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Glad you enjoyed it

Vor 16 Tage
Ben Reddick
Ben Reddick

In Canada the mastercraft planer performs just as well as the dewalt and replacement parts are a quarter the cost

Vor 17 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

nice

Vor 16 Tage
Jenny Talbert
Jenny Talbert

Where's my radial arm saw crew? lol

Vor 17 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

lol not this guy

Vor 16 Tage
31acruz
31acruz

I had to unsubscribe, can't listen to this guy another second, every sentence he speaks in the tone of a question? what the hell are you a 14 year old girl from California !! ???? Jss Fck Chrst! speak like a MAN for crying out loud. Are you freaking telling us or asking us?.

Vor 18 Tage
dwarden3
dwarden3

I buy ryobi because nobody wants to steal them. I've had milwauki, makita, and dewalts. All stolen within weeks from my shop. I can leave the ryobi stuff in the bed of my truck for weeks untouched. I am in a decent area too. Now I use the ryobi stuff to repair the broken doors and windows from the shops next to mine. Kinda funny how the ryobis made me more money than the "good stuff" ever did.

Vor 18 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Thats great

Vor 16 Tage
Richard Haney
Richard Haney

When I need a tool for just a small amount of use I head to Harbor Freight and buy the twenty five dollar one instead of the hundred and fifty dollar professional one, this has worked out well for me.

Vor 18 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

whatever works!

Vor 16 Tage
rcud1
rcud1

I had a cheaper Miter saw and it was good, I sold it and bought a very nice sliding miter saw and I really like it. If you can afford it, get a nice one. Table saw, I also had a real cheaper one that was okay, but I wanted a little better one that had some dust collection. Still it was only $300. I can't justify a planer.

Vor 18 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

planer starts to make sense if you buy rough cut lumber

Vor 16 Tage
Stuart J 1210
Stuart J 1210

Good advise liked subbed sir

Vor 18 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Much appreciated

Vor 16 Tage
Mr. Mxyzptlyk
Mr. Mxyzptlyk

Hard disagree. My dewalt 10 inch table saw is a master piece

Vor 18 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

great saw

Vor 16 Tage
scoutmaster33
scoutmaster33

Amen to the sandpaper makes the tool work. Same with blades my $12 HF grinder does an awesome job on stone with a $30 diamond blade but realistically nobody would want to destroy the bearings in a quality angle grinder by using it on stone thus HF to the rescue with the chinesium angle grinder.

Vor 19 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

so true

Vor 16 Tage
Scott H
Scott H

I'd have to disagree on the Ryobi sander. Spend like 20-30 bucks more on a Bosch and it's a night and day difference. Quieter, more powerful, better dust collection, less vibration.

Vor 19 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Ryobi probably fine for casual infrequent building, but like you said the bosch or something comparable worth it if you build often

Vor 16 Tage
Piotr Wojtyna
Piotr Wojtyna

Last thing i would look for is sadly Ryobi. The best option in my opinion semi-pro tools: Dewalt - powerful, Bosh - accuracy, Milwaukee - all kinds of power tools for any task.

Vor 19 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

I think they are fine for casual building

Vor 16 Tage
Ray Wright
Ray Wright

As your skill grows so should the quality of your tools.

Vor 19 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Good point

Vor 16 Tage
Carl Engholm
Carl Engholm

Excellent, clearly narrated video!

Vor 19 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Thank you Carl

Vor 16 Tage
A3 veis
A3 veis

clogs are Dutch, no b.s.

Vor 19 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

mistakes were made

Vor 16 Tage
Rod Isham
Rod Isham

I bought a new Skil job site saw. It’s proven to be accurate and reliable. Found your video very helpful.

Vor 19 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

thank you!

Vor 16 Tage
Tony Warren
Tony Warren

You had me at, this dumb channel 🤣🤣, subscribed.

Vor 20 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Appreciate the sub Tony

Vor 19 Tage
Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson

Which Makita Trimmer? The LXT(18v) or LXT X2 (36V)?

Vor 20 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

I bought it about 6 years ago but I believe its the LXT18V after looking at the pictures online. Still love it 6 years later, wouldnt recommend if you have a big property but fantastic for my small yard.

Vor 19 Tage
ModelLights
ModelLights

Saw some other videos on the explosion of cheap battery adapters a while back. So the best criteria is probably a combination of best battery deal running, best batteries and capacities, best battery chargers, and best battery form factor. Then you have maximized money into your batteries, and have maximum usage into all of the tool families. Of course best to get a good native tool family, but a spectacular deal on batteries and chargers might even be worth adapting into for almost everything. The main one out on form factor is Ryobi. Their tools seem to be an OK value for light duty on battery + tool, but the oddball handle stick form factor makes their batteries very difficult to adapt to anything else. Almost every other battery system has a flat plate type and only needs a flat adapter to get to another type.

Vor 20 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Like you said - Ryobi is perfectly fine for light duty use

Vor 16 Tage
Angela Richards
Angela Richards

For beginners consider getting a track saw instead of a table saw. And never get a harbor freight drill press! I learned the hard way it was a piece of junk.

Vor 20 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

I think thats a totally valid and solid conversation especially if you're in a small space. I love my track saws so much I have 2 :)

Vor 19 Tage
santoni58
santoni58

I have the dewalt table saw and I have made furniture, beds, end tables, you name it…excellent table saw for the small shop.

Vor 20 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Its a fantastic saw

Vor 19 Tage
steenfraosterbro
steenfraosterbro

As a Dane I'm offended by the Danish Clogs comment. Everybody knows they are from Holland and therefor called Dutch Clogs. Please!!! 😂

Vor 20 Tage
Alex O
Alex O

Great video. For me Dewalt battery tools are all speed no torque. I went Makita for battery tools, the batteries charge fast and last till there are nearly out. I also remember when Delta, Rockwell and Porter Cable were good quality brands of tools.

Vor 20 Tage
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

Thanks!

Vor 20 Tage
tarasganjubas
tarasganjubas

I disagree… it’s ALWAYS the archer. Subed

Vor 21 Tag
Lincoln St. Woodworks
Lincoln St. Woodworks

lol - appreciate the sub

Vor 20 Tage

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