35 Best Woodworking Tool Buys!

This is a list of some of my favorite woodworking tool purchases from over the years. Not the first tools you should buy, not the best tools I own, just the tools that I though you might not have considered yet – but should! (What to buy, cool tools, best woodworking tools, all time favorite tool purchases for the Woodshop, tool wish list) These are not sponsored products. I bought everything with my own money with the exception of the Starbond which they sent me.

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Garage Flooring:

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Howard Leight Headphones:

Sawstop Splitter & Blade Guard:

Star Drive Screws: (I’m sorry they pulled the “Variety Pack” from Amazon.com. This link is for a box of 1-inch star drive or “torx” screws to try and get started with. They are the same kind that I use.)

Yonico Table Edge Router Bit:

Yonico Large Rabbet Router Bit & Bearing Set:

Parts Cabinet:

Stretch Wrap:

Ridgid Oscillating Belt Sander:

Dewalt Oscilating “Multi” Tool:

Lumber Rack:

Deadman Foot Switch:

Jorgensen Handscrew Clamp:

Deadblow Hammer:

Senco Pin Nailer:

Bic Mechanical Pencils (40pk):

DeWalt Random Orbit Sander:

Hook & Loop Sanding Block:

RAS Sanding Pad:

Oneida Dust Deputy with 10-Gallon Steel Drum:

Oneida Dust Deputy with 5-Gallon Bucket:

BucketBoss Bag:

Glue Bot Bottle:

Rare Earth Magnets:

Incra Router Lift:

Starbond Adhesive:

Starbond Accelerator:

Popsicle Sticks:

Sterrett 6” Ruler:

Shop Stool:

Silicone Pastry Mat:

Freud Thin-Kerf Ripping Blade:

Freud Combination Blade:

Supermax 16-32 Drum Sander:

In-Outfeed tables for Supermax:

Scotch Carpet Tape:

Standard Disclaimer: Putting your soft, squishy fingers near powerful sharp spinning things is dangerous. I’ve been doing this for a while and I know what I’m doing but even I’m not invincible. I take a lot of safety precautions based on my level of experience and not all of them are shown on camera. Don’t do anything you aren’t comfortable with. If it makes you nervous you’re probably doing it wrong. Don’t do anything stupid. Reapply sunscreen often and floss before bed. Is anyone actually still reading this?

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