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  1. mang ook
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    i've started interesting in woodworking for two months now, i've only had jigsaw, portable workbench, angle grinder and a drill, i'm still saving for my first circular saw and maybe after i have my own workshop i will buy the table saw, and all of this because of your videos steve lol

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  2. relentlesschaos95
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    The expert circle:
    Dave Ramsey: Finance
    Gordon Ramsey: cooking
    Steve Ramsey: Woodworking

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  3. Mukhethwa Radzilani
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Jesus Christ is Lord

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  4. JohnFx
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Once again Pneumatic Planishing Hammers get left off a list of beginner woodworking tools.

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  5. Lukmanul Hakim
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    The Practical Woodworking

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  6. Kal's Tube
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Your videos are so good I watch them twice

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  7. Joe JoeLesh
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Don't forget to visit the pawn shops! Either through misfortune or disinterest, a lot of good tools end up there. And because Pawn shops make their money on volume, they are generally priced to move.

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  8. robert gullickson
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Excellent recommendations!

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  9. Fredrik Dunge
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    0:55 There's a lot of handtool woodworking channels yes and then there are people like you who do stuff with tablesaws and drill presses and so on but as far as I know there don't seem to be that many with people who do with handheld powertools.

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  10. kristoff scuba
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    IMO a track saw replaces a mitre saw, circular saw and table saw for most hobby woodworkers.

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  11. _ David _
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Hi. I was introduced to woodworking recently with the use of hand tools. I've been doing great with hand tools, but I'm a lazy mofo and I'm curious which processes can be made faster with power tools. How would one, for example, make a board flat and square (from a cupped, bowed, twisted, etc state) without a hand plane and without a $500 bulky jointer that won't even fix all size boards?

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  12. Cody Garza
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Found a craftsman professional jointer on Craigslist for a 100 bucks and bought it! Cleaned off the rust and set it up to be practically brand new. Amazing find for a beginner such as myself!

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  13. Geoff S
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    I watched on if you’re videos and I swear to god YouTube has suggested a video from you on the topic of the essentials/starter/ how to start your shop. A different one. Four different ones….

    Bro…you playing the algorithms a bit and see start videos are more searched than advanced or what?

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  14. Rykano
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Here's how I got my power tools:
    Skil 10 inch Tablesaw $60 Craigslist
    12 inch Sliding Kobalt Miter Saw $50 Craigslist
    Bauer Random Orbital Sander with Coupon $25
    Worx Reciprocating Jigsaw $72 Amazon
    Skil 20v Brushless Impact and Drill Combo $86
    Craftsman 7 1/4 ciruclar saw $0 borrowed from Father in Law
    Total: about $300 dollars. Granted my tools are a few years old but they work just fine. Check deals and Craiglist often and you can save a lot of money. I bookmark deal pages and Craiglist and Facebook market place and open it daily.

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  15. BLUEFLAME
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    What table saw do you have? Looks alot better than what I have if possible could I get a link

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  16. jwizard29
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Any thoughts on the need/usefullnes of a thickness planer if you’re using pre cut boards from stores like Home Depot or Lowe’s?

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  17. D K
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Router*, shop vac, table sander… Etc.

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  18. Joshua 1614
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    I'm 40 and I love carpentry but I'm not a pro but also I'm not new to woodwork..I want to start doing it full time..Is it too late? Can I get some kind of advice or tips to start?

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  19. Sara Van Roosbroeck
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Alrighty, don't shoot me down for this possibly dumb question here: isn't a miter saw the same as a circular saw but with a base for it to stand on? So.. couldn't you just buy that base instead of a whole new power tool?

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  20. Jp
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Matthias wandel seys mitre saws are for people who arent into being accurate

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  21. Cancun771
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    The main advantage of a sliding 12" mitre saw is the cutting depth. So it's a good thing to have if you habitually use lots of fairly thick pieces of lumber, like 5×5 beams.

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  22. Edmund Martinez
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Thanks since I cant buy them at the same time. Would a miter saw be first priority than a table saw?

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  23. Ed Thomas
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Remember eBay has a certified refurbished tool section!

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  24. TallmanMike
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Steve, I'm starting out in woodworking as a hobby and wondered – is it okay to skip the mitre saw and go straight to a table saw or should i learn the ropes on the mitre first? Also, is there a point where you're 'ready' for a table saw or have learned enough to warrant buying one or is it of benefit to buy the saw then learn as you go? Is there anything a mitre can do that a table can't? Thanks!

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  25. PrincessTS01
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    but the tools you really want is the jointer the planer and the biscuit 😉

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  26. LeftHookOuch McArm
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Thanks Steve! I'm looking to start a tool collection and this was very helpful sir!

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  27. Bruce Moore
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Hi Steve, enjoy your videos. I did not read through all the comments. So forgive me if this has been said. Hammer drills hit the screw as it drives it in. Drill drivers increase torgue for short bursts as it drives it in.

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  28. theredmullet
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    How anyone could dislike your videos is beyond me. Each video is chalked full of useful information explained in a way that anyone can follow. Thank you so much for creating these videos.

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  29. M Geez
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    thanks for your advice — I have a few tools all ready just not a place to put them — the one thing is that I have a cheap table saw without a dado blade set — now I wish that I had one —  saw that you like the dewalt as an upgrade —  need to make rolling tables to hold my equipment and make them more accessible — just bought a small planer and I love it — so much better than the one that I used in my wood class — it was a huge planer — I did make a small workbench in class — but I did not put wheels on it — but I will — don't have a place to cut 4 by 8 materials

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  30. Orian de Wit
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    I would personally add a plunge router. I don't even own a miter nor a circle saw — I rarely work on large pieces. A tablesaw, guided jigsaw, handsaw, chisels & plane work fine to make all the cuts I need. Also, EU table saws don't do dados/rabbets, so unless you want to saw & chisel joints by hand, a plunge router is almost a must.

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  31. B. Cherry
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Thanks. I’ll definitely holdout on a bandsaw… I’ll replace it with a router table!

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  32. knpstrr
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Can't one get started with just a circular saw? Forgoing the mitre saw and table saw? I mean I would imagine a table saw and mitre make things far easier, but from a budget standpoint can these be skipped at first?

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  33. Courtney Kachur
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Still but and driver set: question: I seem to kill my bits regularly. Like when I was doing my deck I bet I went through 20 square bits. Is there a sturdier brand? Something to look for so they don’t round off so quick?

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  34. Giovanni Greenidge
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    What table saw are you using in this video?

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  35. Dongs
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    a workshop also helps

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  36. nukestrom
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Yes I totally agree with you about people chasing power tool brands. I own Ridgid (because I wanted a combo with Impact wrench) but Ryobi or Skil would just do fine (not those HF tools though). Sure, Milwaukee is superb if you are a contractor. Nowadays they have cordless wars, like which impact driver would put a 8 inch lag bolt fastest without a pilot hole. Seriously, who put a 8 inch lag without a pilot hole in real life.

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  37. kkarllwt
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Circular saw. Buy the worm drive 7 1/4 saw. You can see the blade, it is heavy and stable, and is powerful enough to cut anything you need. $ 50 should buy a good used one. Learn to tilt the work to let the saw run down hill. Then , get a old Delta/ rockwell turret head radial arm saw. ALL the other radial ( radio ) saws are a form of bad by comparison. The 10 inch plus 9, the 10 inch plus , or the 12 inch delta/rockwell. Go to the OWWM website. I saw a plus 9 listed on facebook market place in St Louis last month for $ 200. The seller listed it as a table saw.

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  38. Nikolas Manuelides
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    If you can only buy one, what would you guys buy? Miter saw or circular saw?

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  39. Charles Kos
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    Table saw, pfffft, no-one used a table saw when i was a boy in the 80s. Just use a circular saw and a guide how bloody hard can it be mate. I hate you now. Cut ur hand off with ur table saw. And u recommned this to new people? U are crazy! I've known experienced people who cut their hand off with table saw. U are crazy mate! and u recomend this to newbies! Foook U!

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  40. AGH331
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    I'm a beginner and there are already SEVEN power tools that are supposed to be 'essential' for me?!

    I live in an apartment building, my workshop is a basement laundry room with a solid table I use as a workbench and not a single power outlet. I have a single power-tool: a cordless drill. Everything else is by hand, and I honestly don't see why I would need FOUR different power-saws to start out …

    What hobby is this, woodworking or tool acquisition?

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    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

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  42. cdjhyoung
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

    I would like to nominate one more essential power tool: a pneumatic nail driver. This can be a finish nail gun, pin driver or power stapler. All make your shop work go faster and create more stable joints as you do your glue ups.

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  43. Moises Robles
    April 1, 2020 @ 5:35 pm

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