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    Quote Originally Posted by NortonDommi View Post
    Many, many justifications for new tools here. Absolutely brilliant.
    Quite good, yes if goal is mere hand power tools.
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    Looked to me like someone just wanted to play with his food for a few tuber hits,
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    The one thing I would have done differently is to cut the tomatoes on my clapped out old Bridgeport.

    I'd have to make a special vise for them. But I think it would be worth it to be able to get them sliced so thin with the slitting saw...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheElderBrother View Post
    The one thing I would have done differently is to cut the tomatoes on my clapped out old Bridgeport.

    I'd have to make a special vise for them. But I think it would be worth it to be able to get them sliced so thin with the slitting saw...
    Na, it would be more of a challenge to slice your tomatoes with a guillotine shear or a band saw



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