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Discussion in 'Carpenters' Talk' started by goldenboy, Sep 16, 2007.

  1. goldenboy

    goldenboy Super Member

    I know its been done before but there are quite a few people who post on here now who wouldnt have contributed before. What makes and models of machinery and power tools do people have in their armoury.


    Machinery:

    Fox F36530 Saw
    Fox Planer Thicknesser
    Kity Spindle
    Axminster Thicknesser
    B&Q Pillar Drill
    Camvac Dust Extractor

    Power Tools:

    Blue Bosch 14.4v Drill
    Makita 9.6v drill x2
    Blue Bosch Jigsaw
    Blue Bosch Palm Router
    Blue Bosch 14.4v Planer
    Skil Orca
    Festool Jigsaw
    Festool TS55 +1400 800 2700 rails
    Fein Multimasterx2
    Dewalt SDS
    Metabo Duo Sander
    Trend t3 Router
    Makita 3612 Router
    unknown angle grinder
    Ferm Biscuiter
    Rexon Compressor
    Rexon Bradder
    Axminster Masonary Nailer
    Axminster Framing Nailer
     
  2. innit

    innit New Member

    Well done!
     
  3. goldenboy

    goldenboy Super Member

    If you dont want to contribute then fair enough. Perhaps you might want to check out the fact that this is labelled as 'carpenters talk'. I think you probably should be in 'sarky no-marks talk'. It is a bit of a boring thing to do but I am interested in what kit people have so I know who to ask if I am looking at buying something else. Any way mustnt disturb you innit as you are probably using today as your day to pretend that you actually dont work in an office really. You better get some sawdust throw it over you Dewalt worktrousers, put on your designer distressed workboots and head on down to B&Q to chat to all the other pretenders.
     
  4. ponty01.

    ponty01. New Member

    Take a chill pill man. I don't think he merited that response!
     
  5. chip off the block

    chip off the block New Member

    festool midi extrctor
    festool jigsaw
    festool eg1400 router
    festool ts75 and 2x 1400 guide
    festool planer 65mm
    dewalt18v combi
    bosch 36v combi
    bosch 14.4v combi
    bosch 14.4v impact driver
    bosch 10.8v impact driver
    bosch 10.8v driver
    dewalt 9.6v driver
    dewalt 2kg sds
    hlti 24v circular
    dewalt 712 chopper
    draper angle grinder
    paslode 1st fix
    dewalt2nd fix
    makita drywall gun
    rubi tx900 tile cutter
     
  6. chip off the block

    chip off the block New Member

    oh and metabo duo sander
     
  7. Captain Leaky

    Captain Leaky New Member

    Why two Fein Multi's ?
     
  8. innit

    innit New Member

    goldenboy= Class A **

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  9. audi-evo

    audi-evo Active Member

    estwing hammer.
    yankee.
    sandvik saw.
    marples chisels.
    stanley plane.
    stanley tape.

    oh and .................





    a pencil!
     
  10. malkie129

    malkie129 Screwfix Select

    Hi Audi...'You still got a Yankee driver? I'm an engineer & I've gone over to Makita!...I've still got Marples blue chisels though. :)
     
  11. goldenboy

    goldenboy Super Member

    truth hurts eh innit. Was it busy down at B&Q with all the other wannabes. Still never mind you'll be back behind your desk tommorrow pushing paper. Two multimasters because it works out cheaper to buy a Multimaster top set with all the blades, rasp etc than replace all the bits individually. Class bit of kit
     
  12. innit

    innit New Member

    *

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  13. audi-evo

    audi-evo Active Member

    "'You still got a Yankee driver?"
    i got 2 lol, but the smaller one somebody stood on and bent the spiral so it don't yank anymore, still i can't bin it ive had them since 1982!
     
  14. makita49

    makita49 New Member

    1982 i was only 2 then lol.
     
  15. audi-evo

    audi-evo Active Member

    aye those were the days, do you know we used to screw screws, hammer nails and saw wood all without the aid of elastictrickery!
    We had tool less cords, mine were levis!
     
  16. malkie129

    malkie129 Screwfix Select

    Good one Mate! :)
     
  17. audi-evo

    audi-evo Active Member

    If everyone wasn't always in a hurry maybe we could do a job without the aid of power.
    A very satifying job!
     
  18. makita49

    makita49 New Member

    beleive it or not when i was at college be 10 yrs ago they made you do everything by hand tool first ilearnt how to hang door using jack plane bit and brace,before you let loose on the power tools.But i must say that the time served tradesmen who did and probably a fair few still do the olf fashioned way fair play to them its definetly an aqquired skill.
     
  19. audi-evo

    audi-evo Active Member

    I worked for a shop fitting firm when i left school and one of the site joiners had a ......................... makita 7.2v drill, (metal body) they nearly burnt him as a witch!
     
  20. makita49

    makita49 New Member

    kitchens is more my thing but not so long back saw council worker cutting worktop with hand saw 30mm top.I know that is no shock but then he cut the sink out piloted each corner with about 7 holes then cut it out with the hand saw i know each to there own but i thought **** me that looks like hard work lol.
     

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