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Work Shop


rjohnsen
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rjohnsen
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I started two years ago to build my dream workshop. All the cabinets shown were built using almost all of the Ryobi tools that I have purchased. I think the most used tools were all of the drivers i.e. impact, right angle, drill, & hammer drill. These were specifically used to mount cabinets to wall, join some cabinet parts together. saws, jig, recip & skill used for cutting some of the cabinet components. My nailers and staplers were also used to assemble the cabinet sides after glued. I have used other battery operated tools (Craftsman & Dewalt) in earlier years but I have not been happy with the battery life. In the last 2 1/2 years I have joined the Habitat for Humanities Builders Club and put in at least two days a week. I have only used my Ryobi tools for convienence and reliability. I do have some additional tools and accessories not shown i.e. a small vacuum that I use for, (believe it or not), roasting my coffee beans, works great. I also have the Ryobi P2180 Blower that I use for blowing out my Garage floor. Needless to say I also have the 6 port charger as well as a few single port chargers with 9 lithium batteries. All in all I have been most satisfied with all of my Ryobi tools and accessories and plan on purchasing many more. Thanks for the attention to quality as well as as being aesthetically pleasing.

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  • Wow! What an impressive shop! You should be so proud of this space and your tool collection. Thanks for sharing!
    By RYOBI NATION, on July 26, 2018

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Work Shop

by rjohnsen
Jul 25, 2018

I started two years ago to build my dream workshop. All the cabinets shown were built using almost all of the Ryobi tools that I have purchased. I think the most used tools were all of the drivers i.e. impact, right angle, drill, & hammer drill. These were specifically used to mount cabinets to wall, join some cabinet parts together. saws, jig, recip & skill used for cutting some of the cabinet components. My nailers and staplers were also used to assemble the cabinet sides after glued. I have used other battery operated tools (Craftsman & Dewalt) in earlier years but I have not been happy with the battery life. In the last 2 1/2 years I have joined the Habitat for Humanities Builders Club and put in at least two days a week. I have only used my Ryobi tools for convienence and reliability. I do have some additional tools and accessories not shown i.e. a small vacuum that I use for, (believe it or not), roasting my coffee beans, works great. I also have the Ryobi P2180 Blower that I use for blowing out my Garage floor. Needless to say I also have the 6 port charger as well as a few single port chargers with 9 lithium batteries. All in all I have been most satisfied with all of my Ryobi tools and accessories and plan on purchasing many more. Thanks for the attention to quality as well as as being aesthetically pleasing.