Make Things - February 11, 2020

Cool!

    Slow and Expensive - February 11, 2020

    Thanks Rob!

The Grant Alexander - February 11, 2020

Glad to see you back at this Tony. Are you all healed up yet?

    Slow and Expensive - February 11, 2020

    Getting close. Probably a few more months to get my strength back to 100% but I’m doing good. Thanks 🙂

    Mark McCluney - February 12, 2020

    What? Was Tony unwell? Did I miss a meeting? (Or maybe this is none of my business – in which case, please ignore this.) Hope you’re keeping better now mate.

Chris Sheaden - February 12, 2020

Great videos brother. Would like to hear your thoughts on running a smaller table saw vs. a more expensive cabinet saw.

    Slow and Expensive - February 12, 2020

    Thanks Chris! I’ll have to make a proper video to fully explain but it’s like comparing a pony with three full sized horses. The pony lacks the power to tear through things at the speed of three full sized horses and there are some species such a hickory a pony might just buck, but if I keep the speed down, avoid the hard stuff and use a thin kerf blade, my pony is a solid work horse.

    Chris Sheaden - February 15, 2020

    @Slow and Expensive Thanks for the reply. Ever consider doing mentorship from distance? Is there such a thing? I’d be happy to explain further.

Mark McCluney - February 12, 2020

The editing in your vids always knocks me out Tony, you have a tremendous flair for making even sawing up wood watchable. Thanks mate.

    Slow and Expensive - February 12, 2020

    I appreciate it, Mark.

brian murray - February 12, 2020

Good stuff! Always interesting and packed with information.

    Slow and Expensive - February 12, 2020

    Thank you!

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