Here are my questions for @ralex
* What tools do you already have?
* When you are done with the workbench, what will be your next project?
First, i want to thank everybody for the help.
Now, tools i have:
- cordless drill
- impact driver
- hacksaw and a fine trimming saw
- aluminium straight edge (1 meter)
- combination square (the good kind)
- tape measure
- digital caliper
- one chisel (i believe it`s 3/4 inch)
- couple of hammers
And i believe that is it. My brother has a orbital sander, circular saw and a chop saw that i can borrow when i need them.
After the workbench is done i would like to make a table for my kitchen (not a very big one 2 x 3 feet) and a dog house.
I watched my fare share of videos for diy table saw but i am really concerned that i will not pull of the fence thing.
But i believe that if i take my time and employ some aluminium profiles i will manage this.
I would invest in a dewalt portable saw but now right away. I would like to be able to do the workbench
and the other couple of projects without a table saw. Maybe i would go ahead and try to make a table saw :)
Now, what tools do i need for my future projects. I don`t want to waste money on thing that i don`t need at the beginning.
yes, bosch is cheaper than dewalt but also the quality is no the same. If you want a comparison, bosch GTS 10 XC is the same as dewalt dw745 (in romania)
@allpuopose yes, we have something similar to craigs list but i prefer the method you mentioned to travel and buy the items face to face. You have to take into consideration the cost of everything when you decide to do this because it just might be that the final price for a used circular saw is not that low as appose to a new one. I will have to take a careful approach regarding used tools. At least at the beginning.