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Craftsman Hollow Chisel Mortiser

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I'm new to woodworking, and I just purchased a Craftsman Hollow Chisel Mortiser on E Bay. Will that tool give me adequate performance, or should I have invested in a more expensive one? I'm using a General Intn'l contractors saw and have a tenoning jig.
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post #2 of 2 Old 12-05-2006, 06:16 PM
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If set up correctly, it should perform well...I still use a Delta attachment to do mortises with on a drill press, and if I was buying one, I would get a Grizzly, simply due to price...I would think the Craftsman is every bit as good in quality, if not better, then the Grizzly

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