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Tue, 31 Aug 2021 13:57:23 GMT
hello all im new here and i am looking for some tool recommendations for my garage. i have a lot already for your basic welding. mig tig machines clamps grinders cut wheel etc. i have started building some furniture on the side. industrial style so a lot of metal and wood work. and i was just looking for some recommendations from you guys i may have a lot of em already but its all goodthanks nick
Reply:If you add a bandsaw to the mix, you'll wonder how you ever managed without oneXMT304 (school)SP125+ (home)HF 4x6 BandsawGood judgement comes from experience and much of that comes from bad judgement.
Reply:A large belt or combination belt- disk sander-grinder is real handy for beveling edges and deburring. Some type of tube or flat and round stock bender would also be helpful. Angle and straight die grinders with various carbide burrs and surface prep pads are good to have.Miller xmt304,  Miller S22 p12, Miier Maxstar SD, Miller 252 w 30A, Miller super32p12, Lincoln Ranger 9, Thermal Arc 181I with spoolgun, Hypertherm 10000 ,Smith torches. Esab 161lts miniarc.
Reply:I agree with the bandsaw......and an extra blade.
Reply:Originally Posted by vapremacI agree with the bandsaw......and an extra blade.
Reply:Bandsaw and belt sander are both fine ideas, just be sure to get decent ones, not HF stuff. Buy quality, cry once.
Reply:Thanks for the responses. Any brand recommendations?
Reply:nickydakid  . . . 'a lot of metal and wood work'.Wood & Metal don't work well in the same space - jmao.Tool suggestion - for the most part, hand-held:fine wood-working power tools are predominately electric, fine metal-working power tools are predominately pneumatic.If you are going to pursue metal work - have or acquire - a 1-ph / 5-hp compressor 'from the get go'.It will open, and refine your future power tool purchases.For metal - the first electric tool I prefer over air - is a drill press.My favorite electric power tool is a 110v pencil eraser circa - 70's.OpusLast edited by OPUS FERRO; 11-23-2013 at 11:57 PM.
Reply:I have the Milwaukee port a bands. I have one set up vertical on a stand. It is great and useful on small material.My 12'' disc and 6''x 48 '' belt sander by Powermatic is awesome. It is used mostly for metal . Once you use them you wonder how you did without them. I just recently got a 4'' x 36'' Baldor sander at a garage sale. I don't have a picture of it but that is another handy goodie. Doesn't need much of any floor space like the Powermatic.Attachment 543861
Reply:Bare necessities...4 1/2" angle grinder.       -Preferably two. One with a flap disc and one dedicated with a wire brush.  Two machines save time fumbling with      removing the wire wheel several times.   I like Milwaukee and I have one or two Harbor Fright, just for wire wheel brushing.  Chop saw (aka: abrasive saw).      -Milwaukee, DeWalt, Rigid....all great brands.  Chop saws don't have to be fancy Plasma cutter     -I have Miller, but 90% of the people around here will recommend Hypertherm.  You can't go wrong there.  Bench Grinder     -To me, this is another "must have."  Dayton, Jet, are great.  Avoid Harbor Fright bench grinders at all cost.  Get at least 3/4 hp bare minimum, but 1 hp is simply perfect  Hand files     -You'll want these to polish off burns and such, where a grinder won't do.  Horrible Fright hand files are fine.  Bench top vise.    -Just for holding something and not using tremendous force, the Home Depot brand will work.  For really tough tightening and heavy use, a Wilton is highly recommended.  Bare minimum jaw size would be 5". 6" or larger is premium.  oxy/fuel torch     -For cutting and bending, I'd recommend an oxy/propane type.  It's much cheaper to buy propane than acetylene.  If you have a burning desire to weld with gas torches, oxy/propane won't work though. For that, you'd need oxy/acetylene.Lincoln Power Mig 216Lincoln AC/DC-225/125Miller  625 X-Treme PlasmaMiller 211 Forney 95FI-A 301HF 91110Victor Journeyman O/PMilwaukee DaytonMakita  Baileigh NRA Life Member
Replytool recommendation nickydakid - should your furniture builds consist of joining round members (ie. supports/legs, frames), you may want to consider a quality Pipe/Tube Notcher (e.g. JD2's Notchmaster).  Yields perfect cuts for coped joints.  An ideal companion for a pipe/tube [email protected] BD1 - interested in seeing how you mounted the porta-band to the mounting plate.  You gave me an *idea* for building a base to interface my old-school P/C port-band to an existing vertical support/column used for my Pro-Tools 105MB pipe/tool bender.  Was considering a SWAG Offload base for the port-band......but a design/build is tons more fun.  PM inbound....Last edited by ManoKai; 11-27-2013 at 08:21 AM."Discovery is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought" - Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
Reply:With a real belt grinder and an assortment of small contact wheels no notcher is required.http://www.cnccookbook.com/CCKnifeMakingGrinders.htmBubble gumTooth pixDuct tapeBlack glueGBMF hammerScrew gun --bad battery (see above)
Reply:Originally Posted by BurpeeWith a real belt grinder and an assortment of small contact wheels no notcher is required.http://www.cnccookbook.com/CCKnifeMakingGrinders.htm

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