desk. Sunday , January 14th , 2018 - 21:43:22 PM
I have had some interesting conversations with my great Boomer friend, Bill (aka, Chef Bill), an extraordinarily talented and conscientious amateur cook. Bill has a few simple rules including but not limited to
Dewalt's DW745 (10") jobsite table saw is another tremendous shop companion. Uniquely compact and portable the saw offers craftsmen and hobbyists a high-performance saw that can be easily transported from spot to spot. The tool's rack and pinion telescoping fence rails offer fine, smooth, and accurate fence adjustments while also retracting to create a smaller more portable package. The saw's adjustable rear feet are designed to move up and down leveling the saw for you on uneven work surfaces, and while still weighing only 45 lbs, the DW745 built with an all metal roll cage base which offers significantly enhanced durability (especially when compared to plastic bases). The table has a smooth coating to reduce friction during cuts and offers 16" of rip with a 15 amp motor. This big power and capacity enables the saw to easily chomp through larger trim and shelving materials, and literally eat through hardwoods. The saw offers power, portability, precision, and ultra high-performance all in one conveniently compact package, and despite its not coming with a stand, craftsmen and hobbyists gain a 45 lb bundle of table sawing joy with the DW745. If, however, the corresponding stand (model number: DW7450) is something you'd like to add to your shop, garage, or general tooling repertoire, it is reasonably priced and sturdy to boot.
Cut into the table layout in front of the boxman is a Money Slot for the Money Drop Box. The money slot is about 3/8-inch wide and about 3 inches long, which is just the right size for pushing bills down into the drop box. The boxman uses a Paddle to push the money through the slot into the money box that's attached to the underside of the bed. (That's where the term "boxman" came from.)
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