You're right. It really does make things easier Torgen. I bought a cheap one this past summer when I put down a new kitchen floor. I was going to rent a good one for that job but the rental cost for two days was what I paid for the cheap one at HD. For what I'll use it for now (props and odd jobs), it's good enough.I have to put the power tools away at 8pm, since there are small children next door that have to go to bed then.
I *really* need a table saw! I'm using a borrowed miter saw right now, and have a circular saw, but a table saw would make life SO much easier!
You're welcome slimy. I drilled pilot holes for all the screws to try and eliminate splitting...probably should have mentioned that...sorry my friend.Me too, me too. Got one side done and then split one of the boards in half. Woops! Of course I didn't buy any extra wood. Oh well, I will finish it in the morning before work.
It looks incredible. Thank you ScareFX.
I checked out your project description link on your first post. I must say the craftsmanship looks excellent. I think your prices are cheaper in your hometown, but even if it costs me an extra $15 or so, I'm just gonna have to have one. Thanks for the plans.Thanks kerryike. I used fifteen 1" x 6" x 6' pressure treated pine dog ear fence pickets from the local home improvement store.