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Mark Wilson

Tools I purchased with cash donations

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These are what I purchased from Woodcraft with the cash donations that were given to me . Thank you everyone!!!!!!

Rikon 4" x 36" Belt & Disc Sander, Model #50-112
Wixey Mini Digital Height Gauge WR 25
Picture Frame Miter Clamp
Magswitch Pro Fence Magnetic Featherboard
WoodRiver 100-Piece Combo Brad Point And Twist Drill Bit Box
KREG 5-Piece Level-Loc Router Table Insert Ring Set, Kreg# PRS3050
Adjustable Drill Stops
Silicone Glue Brush 1
Olson 46500 Universal Scroll Saw Blade .041" x #4 x 36 TPI, 12 Pack


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Looks like you got some very nice things Mark. Those should add nicely to your shop.

 

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That's a pretty good haul there Mark!!! Congrats!

Every single one of those items you purchased will serve you quite well. That RIkon will serve your work well, and it weighs in at a nice 35 lbs or so, good size for the bench top,

 

I know how you love making picture frames, that framing jig is cool!

 

 

 

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John , that sander should be a good one hopefully. Read some of the reviews on it. Couple weren't great but some were good . Think someone just got a defective one.

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Remember you are also buying from Woodcraft, you are covered if anything goes wrong Mark, some of the best customer service ever. I think you'll like that lil sander.

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Think you can also yes framing clamp for boxes and other things as well . Might end buying more in future.

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John , that's sounds like good deal with Woodcraft. The sander was sent straight from manufacturer they said though . Will that make a difference.

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Nope, no difference at all. Their guarantee is the same, the only difference is it's being drop shipped, most of their items are drop shipped Mark, remember they are mainly a retailer, not a manufacture. Most retailers operate this way online.

 

I am completely happy for ya buddy.

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Hey big Mark, any photos of your shop would be cool!!!! Don't keep us in suspense!

 

 

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