Tools I Use

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Probably the most used tools after the table saw
Best bang for you buck if you are looking to print larger items.
This is my workhorse camera, nearly all videos since 2019 have been shot on it.
Awesome on camera microphone.
Does a great job dimensions my lumber. Gets a little dicey for longer pieces but great for the small ones!
Awesome lav microphone. I use this when I'm working a good ways away from the camera.
This is the first audio interface I used and was great. Lets you use XLR microphones with a computer.
There are a bunch of cheap versions, this has worked for me.
Great miter saw! Love that is has a smaller footprint than typical miter saws
This laser is one the workhorses in my shop. I LOVE using it!
It can't handle huge boards but is really handy to adjust the thickness of smaller ones.
Great all around router.
Really good solder station, digital temperature read out is a big plus.
It took awhile to put together but man do I love using this thing. Pretty crazy when work is getting done and you can work on something else!
This is a combination audio interface and external recorder. There are much cheaper options but Sound Devices is rock solid.
Increase material thickness by 6 in and add a rotary kit to the Full Spectrum Muse Laser
A vinyl cutter can be very helpful. We make lots of stencils for painting with it.
This is my go to square in the shop.
Great small microphone transmitter and receiver
Awesome boom arms! You can buy cheaper versions (like I have) but you will regret it after the first time you try to adjust it live.
A great system to assemble furniture fast with pocket holes
This is the main lens I use, great price for what you get.
This is my #1 microphone recommendation for people just starting out.
This was a step up from a construction style table saw. Has been great!
A pretty small drill press that covers the vast majority of use cases.
I've used a bunch of microphones in the past, this is by far my favorite!
This is a 4-6W laser engraver, very useful for small projects for the price.
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Lots of use cases, but mainly use it to test connections in electronics
Great for curves and with the riser you can resaw to save on lumber.Great for curves and with the riser you can resaw to save on lumber.Great for curves and with the riser you can resaw to save on lumber.
Great for marking fine lines, holds an edge for a long time.
The single most used tool in the shop!
Awesome budget friendly diode laser engraver. Huge work area!