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    Super excited that I added this to the shop!



    Bought this through a co-worker of mine who has used it twice, and picked it up for an absolute steal!
    Twitter: @PeterDaEater

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    Sweet! Congrats.
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    Nice one Pete!
    I'm dreaming of getting one day a similar machine with 3-axis precision tilting vise.

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    Damn fine machine, sir!

    I'm more excited by shop toys than knives these days.
    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
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    I like Jet tools.
    For the price they are good tools.
    We have Jet bandsaws, drum sander, belt disc combo and an edge sander.
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    Very nice, even better if you got a good deal on it. My drill press and belt/disc sander are Jet also. Very reliable on the hobbyist level so far.

    Stefan

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    Looks awesome! Excuse my ignorance, but what exactly is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Andy View Post
    Looks awesome! Excuse my ignorance, but what exactly is that?
    a standing drill press.

    edit: nice one pete!

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    3 months ago, I bought I a cheap used drill press to replace my old one that was shot. The replacement is garbage. Should have gone with a Jet.

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    I have a Ryobi and will upgrade sometime in the near future. It works fine for drilling holes in westerns, so-so for drilling wa holes, but really bites at drilling steel, even with good bits.

    Don't know if I'll swing for a Jet or settle for a Rikon or the like, though....
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