Tom Caspar The Tool

I really don't need five cordless drills, seven routers or 24 antique hand planes, but I can't help it. I'm a tool nut. Are you?

Have you ever bought an old woodworking machine just because it looked cool? Tried a new tool and said, "Wow! This just changed my life!" Used a big, industrial machine and wondered how in the world you could sneak it into your shop?

We'd like to hear your stories. So e-mail or send us a letter about a tool or machine that really gets you excited. We'll pay you S150 if we publish your story. Please include a photograph, too. We'd prefer 0 digital image, but a sHde or print is OK. Visit our Web site, www.americanwoodworker.conVtoolnut for some examples of what we've got in mind.

E-mail your entry to [email protected] or write to us at The Tool Nut, American Woodworker magazine, 2915 Commers Dr.. Suite 700, Eagan, MM 55121.

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