Monotheistic Tools?

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One woodworking tool maker or many?

I have or would like to have an all _____ shop.
I don't care who made it as long as it works.
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I pick the best regardless of maker.
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Monotheistic Tools?

Postby Richard-TX » Sun Mar 11, 2012 10:38 am

Sometimes certain brands just seem to be what a fellow owns. I am a Delta man myself. Others don't care who made it, it is all good.

What is your preference even if you have a menagerie?
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Re: Monotheistic Tools?

Postby Phil Morris » Sun Mar 11, 2012 11:38 am

I don't know how to answer. I gravitate toward Delta but they have nothing to offer in a spindle sander, drum sander, large format disc sander etc etc so I really cant say I would like to have an all Delta shop.

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Re: Monotheistic Tools?

Postby Wheels » Sun Mar 11, 2012 12:01 pm

I would have answered sooner but I had to go figure out why monotheistic meant. :shock:

If I had the luxury of having a complete compliment of machines and the skill to use them it would be Delta with Atlas in 2nd place. I really have an appreciation for the simple and practicle design of the Atlas machines and they're very easy to restore.
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