Damien Black (el 19/06/13 a las 1:14 pm)
Great video! thanks!
Andrew Brannan (el 18/06/13 a las 5:25 pm)
Let's not forget consumables and miscellaneous. Table saw blades, jigsaw blades, router bits, various grits of sandpaper, screws, drillbits, tape measures, etc. That's going to add about another $50-$100 to your start up costs. And let's not forget the most important asset of all: SPACE. You need room to be ale to store, and more importantly, use, your tools. Some people actually like to be able to park cars in their garages.
soporte809 (el 18/06/13 a las 10:45 am)
No hablo mucho ingles. pero este tipo hace muy buena referencia para iniciar en trabajos Carpinteria.
B0M0A0K (el 18/06/13 a las 7:56 am)
Great video man. Very open and honest and encouraging. Good work.
Koert van der Veer (el 17/06/13 a las 11:04 am)
If you take a circular saw, and mount it up-side down under a board, you've made yourself a crappy table saw. With a second piece of straight wood and some clamps, you can add a fence.`That's how I started, and got myself familiar with the craft. Look for "home made table saw" on youtube, and you'll find several videos showcasing the above...
Maxwell Draskovich (el 14/06/13 a las 2:43 pm)
If I am on a budget, can I maybe get a circular saw instead of a table saw and still get most of the same jobs done?
deezynar (el 14/06/13 a las 1:06 am)
At least not while the blade is turning.
James Downey (el 12/06/13 a las 11:05 pm)
Great video. Very inspiring actually.
GetOutOfHereCreeper (el 10/06/13 a las 7:48 pm)
I doubt they'd jump all over the table saw.
snailface1981 (el 07/06/13 a las 11:39 pm)
You are brilliant! Are you in a hypomanic phase of bipolar by any chance? Great video buddy. Inspired me to start carving again!