Do tools pay for themselves?

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Do tools pay for themselves?

Postby ddyke » Tue 16 Nov, 2010 2:46 am

Buy tools and use them. My grandpa taught me that. A tool that sets there is just a shelf queen that depreciates in value. Tools that are used do pay for themselves either by saving or selling. My lathe, spindle sander, and mill are approaching the 25% mark in paying for self. Now if we factor in fun, they are paid for. It was hard buying them instead of slot cars but now I would rather have them than most of the latest slots. If I get bored with this hobby they will migrate to the next. Tools do become a point of contention with some people as they get rude over you owning them as if they give you an advantage. Well they do but some people's wallets give them the advantage.
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