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#1 posted 03-10-2019 01:56 AM

craftsman went to selling a tradesman table saw which I still have one of its my back up table saw which I never use. I have the craftsman impact drivers and the drills. brad nailer 3/4 impact. and a whole slew of wrenches I bought in a kit over 20 years ago.

lowes has now taken over the craftsman brand and I have none of the newest model but the drills etc I bought about 5 years ago are not bad. personally I think its the fact its made over seas most don’t like the brand anymore. but what isn’t made overseas. Powermatic is not made in the usa. dewalt has a few things that are but not tablesaws or anything major. mostly just there drill drivers and some impacts. personally I try and buy what I can made in the usa. if I cant find someone from the usa who makes it. I buy bosch. the quality control is high and I like that.

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