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2023.05.29 19:43 kwirky88 Recommend a miter saw with excellent dust collection

We operate a picture framing shop out of our garage and need a miter saw with excellent dust collection. We have a festool dust management system we can connect to it and are looking for something that sprays the least amount of dust in the air. We currently have a dewalt non-sliding which throws over 80% of the dust in the air making it impossible for us to use for framing projects. We need as little dust in the air as possible because it makes it difficult to pack a frame's glass without dust captured within. We operate a large box fan with a furnace filter on it to pull some of the dust out of the air so we can pack frames dust free, but if we don't throw dust up in the first place it's better.
We're in Canada, so are looking for a unit available in our market. We have good availability of Festool, Dewalt, Rigid, Milwaukee, Ryobi, and Bosche.
We ruled out a miter chopper because while they have nearly zero dust they're not versatile for when we want to do non-framing projects which come up regularly for us (building shelving, home improvement, etc). We're limited for space already and want a single unit that can do it all, which a miter chopper won't do.
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2023.05.25 15:44 Timely-Vehicle For anyone in hot climates this summer that are looking for fans . . .

. . . Home Depot has some decent Memorial Day sales on compact jobsite fans from Milwaukee, Dewalt and ryobi. They have a kit from ryobi that includes two batteries, a charger, and the fan for $100 (I think you can add another tool to the kit as well, but don’t quote me on that).
Those fans are super nice and powerful in the car. If it keeps you cool while working and moving around in hot af weather it will keep you cool while you’re sleeping in a vehicle. You need a place to charge your batteries during the day, that’s the only negative, plus they might be a little bulky for some.
Just thought I’ll let everyone know in case they want to check it out.
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2023.05.22 22:16 CasePeanut Which 18V Blower?

Which 18V Blower?
I'm interested in a new 18V Ryobi blower, but there are so many options that's it's hard to choose.
I have an old Black & Decker battery powered blower. It's terrible and has a really short battery life. I'm all-in on Ryobi 18V, so it makes a lot of sense to swap out the old B&D for something on Team Green.
In order of frequency, I use the blower for 1) clearing dust and and debris out of my garage, 2) blowing dust off my deck and 3) some light leaf blowing on hard surfaces.
I'm in the US and already have all the batteries I need, so I'm really just interested in the bare tool from HD or DTO. No rush, so I can wait for a sale. Which 18V Ryobi would you choose?
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2023.05.21 13:52 BroMandi [Home Depot] Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless 7-1/2 in. Bucket Top Misting Fan 2-Pack (Tools Only) $99 @ Home Depot [Deal: $99.00, Actual: $138.00]

[Home Depot] Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless 7-1/2 in. Bucket Top Misting Fan 2-Pack (Tools Only) $99 @ Home Depot [Deal: $99.00, Actual: $138.00] submitted by BroMandi to ShoppingDealsOnline [link] [comments]

2023.05.21 00:16 JeffR84 Is this hackable?

Is this hackable?
I’ve seen some posts about the hack not working anymore in some instances. If I return the mower will the blower still only cost my $201.25?
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2023.05.20 06:16 MileZeroC Lawn Mower review :/

First 45min using the new Lawn Mower, it was supposed to be 60+ minutes for a 1/2 acre to 3/4 acre, but real world range is much less and I’m not a fan. I have about 9000 square feet, mostly flat land.
For an EV Mower I was surprised the manual said, “no water anywhere on the mower,” wait, what?” So, how did I clean the chute and undercarriage full of grass? I cleaned it out by hand and a wee sprinkle of water alongside a wet rag. After 20+ minutes of cleaning it I used the blow dryer tool (sorry, the name escapes me at the moment), for about 10min making sure I got any residual water out. 30min to clean a mower…
Because it’s made of mostly plastic and a very thin metal body it scratched very easily. And the grass bag collector is a paper thin material, it could easily rip if it brushed past a thorn bush.
After 45min I used the 5.0 & 8.0 packs on hand, it gave me another 25min as long as I didn’t use the self propelled motor.
The self propelled mower at its highest setting is fast, almost too fast in that you’re practically jogging behind it. The 1 or 2 level setting is too slow, you can walk faster.
For a $1600 machine (CDN) I’m dissatisfied. I will give it another go this weekend, if it’s still disappointing I’m returning it and will look into a gas mower that’s much tougher and can be rinsed off by a power washer, for example. There’s no way an EV based tool isn’t water proof per se.
The self propelled motor is very exposed to the elements, there should be a plate cover beneath it case of rocks or wet grass (like morning cuts).
There is a RYOBI version I saw at Home Depot, but I have to see now if it is also allergic to water lol.
I hope Milwaukee takes the next design a bit more seriously. At this price point it really needs to be tough.
Hope this review helped. I purchased it from Home Depot with a 90 day return policy. Damn, packing this mower back up won’t be fun.
Edit: I came from a regular, run of the mill gas mower w/o electric start or a self propelled function.
After the battery died I stopped using self propelled completely, this extends the range.
During the 45 min I had it at 3 setting for self propelled and used it about 75% of the time.
And level to adjust the height, it kept knocking back down a level or two on its own. I would have it level 5 (out of 8 total) and it would fall down to level 3 by itself. When it was level 3 it would fall down to level 2. I don’t know why it did that, wonder if the notches aren’t deep enough to hold the level setting in place?
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2023.05.19 04:23 bro_shizzle Camping fan deal

Camping fan deal
Hello, the camping fan I use is on a Memorial Day sale, $99 with two 4ah batteries. Check out Home Depot’s sales and I’d snag it. The fan has lasted me 30 hours on the 1 setting(one battery), which is the same wind power as my $30 Amazon fan on full blast(which lasts about 2 hours) seriously great deal and I picked up another! Bonus if you already use ryobi tools.
Happy roo!
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2023.05.18 02:16 niceandmoist69 Best Dremel option?

So I am looking into getting a Dremel for future projects, while I am a big Ryobi fan, I don't know if I should go with an R18RT-0 or an RRT18, or even a different brand. it doesn't matter if it's corded, but I would like it to have speed adjustment and a base to hold the Dremel. any recommendations?
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2023.05.17 19:18 Tsnipez17 Tempted to get this on Fathers Day: 18v Battery Powered Cooler

Tempted to get this on Fathers Day: 18v Battery Powered Cooler
I know it might be an expensive item to buy , but i think the money saved by not eating at restaurants anymore will recoup the investment really quick. I've said it a couple of times here but before last month i've spent $700 a month eating out. This cooler right here will run me $500 and if it wasnt for the batteries that i bought last year for the fans that i bought, it would run me another $400 on batteries.
I really miss eating cereal with cold milk any time of the day. I really miss cooking my own food and having a place to store the leftovers, i miss grabbing a cold drink at my hands reach. I miss having a fridge lol
I've done the math assuming i buy in bulk from costco id be looking at around $300 a month stacking myself up plenty of options of non perishable foods and only keeping the important things refrigerated like the milk and protein choice for the week since the cooler is quite small. This means i recoup my investment in just 2 months! $400 extra each month would go towards savings.
Pros: * batteries charge in 100 mins and supply you with 23 hours of runtime (unlike power stations that take hours to charge... See my industrial fan post)
  • 4 (9ah) batteries will supply unlimited power with 0 downtime (assuming you rotate them every day)
Cons: * Obviously is the $500 price tag (+$500 if not invested in Ryobi) = $1000 (4(9ah)+charger+cooler)
  • Space... Im in a sedan, i sleep in front seat and my backseat is all empty as of now (3years of keeping minimal)... This would take up half of my back seat (passenger back seat) leaving me just with my driver side back seat empty.
  • Dont know but leaving it in my hot car for hours on a sunny day makes me skeptical about even buying... worse in my trunk . Unless i find shade at my job.
What do you guys think? Is this a buy or a hard pass? Any other options suggested? Im open to listening.
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2023.05.16 07:34 Papa-P21 Recommendation for a converter from dewalt battery to another brand.

I want to get a fan that sits on a 5 gallon bucket and has a mister. Dewalt doesn't offer that but Craftsman, Ryobi and Kobalt do. I don't want to get more batteries and chargers so, here I am. Anyone have recommendations for converters that work good?
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2023.05.15 15:14 Hereafterhereby Fans for Crate

Fans for Crate
Great, relatively inexpensive option: Ryobi cordless fans. Cheap if you already have Ryobi batteries. Fan sells for $25 (tool only).
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2023.05.13 23:36 Adventurous-Mine-577 Ryobi or Makita or different?

Ryobi or Makita or different?
I got 20% off 1 item coupon looking for comparison/opinions between ryobi and makita or others. I only do my own yard work, just a DIY. Only work on my car as far as brakes maybe a little further. Just wanting the impact wrench able to handle tires, brakes and maybe some rusty stuff. Also would like it to be smaller due to not having a lift and being in tighter spaces. Will also purchase a chainsaw after I figure out the brand I’m going with. Currently have Hart/Walmart brand combo of saw-zaw, drill, impact driver, light ,and 2 batteries. Not scared to change batteries and systems just scared to regret it. Any help is appreciated.
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2023.05.13 21:36 Major-West-5391 A "No pasa nada" pallet of the truck...

Had me clenching coming out the truck, had the minimal shrink wrap required I guess lol. And this fucking fridge just laying on it side on two different pallets... I about dropped it too
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2023.05.11 23:03 whateverhappensnext Need suggestions on getting Ryobi parts

3-4 years ago I bought a lawn mower from Homedepot. Ryobi crosscut 21". This year I need to replace 3 parts. The Royobi website has the parts as out of stock. One part is no longer being produced. Alternative parts are not suggested. I've search the internet and this particular models parts are not common and if found listed as out of stock. My guess is they are drop shipping from Ryobi.
Ryobi lawn mower RY401015US and need to replace the plastic blade spacer / the metal stamp plate and the adapter fan blade. Parts 526920003, 639118002 and 535080004, respectively.
I've tried contacting Ryobi support during their listed hours via the promoted webchat and gave up after no response for I hour. I tried calling Ryobi support during advertised hours, using the advertised support phone number. The automated answer said the office was closed.
Anyone have any sugges ion to help me? Best place to find parts. Alternatives that might work. I actually really like the way this mower worked, and of course spent several hundred dollars on this only a fewyears ago.
In the meantime my garden becomes a forest.
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2023.05.08 02:16 birdsonabat RY48ZTR75 Mower stops mid-mow

I have had this mower a couple of years. I charge it when not in use. Then I mow my front yard. By the end of that mow, 75% charge left or so. Then I start on the backyard. About 1/4 through the back yard - the mower stops. Not the driving ability, the blades/mowing. It will beep really loudly if you start it back and drive again. If you take it off low speed mode it will not let you drive fast either without the whole machine stopping you and beeping.
If I leave it alone for a while (hours) it will work fine for a while again. I thought it might be the fan being clogged so I took a leaf blower to it.
That didn't fix it. Then I wondered if the battery is overheating. It's used 25% of its charge and is already overheating.
I don't know how to fix it. Ryobi website doesn't have authorized service providers in my area (northwest Arkansas). What should I do?
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2023.05.07 19:02 hexlandus Is there such a thing as a 120 -> 18v adapter?

I recently bought the 18v mister fan, and love it. The other night, it was getting humid in my kids room and I wanted to put it on (without the mist) to keep the air moving. The battery only lasted half the night - so I’m wondering if there’s an adapter I can plug into the wall which makes 18v devices like hybrid?
(I have a couple of desk fans, but they’re noisy as hell for a quiet room - the Ryobi was perfect)
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2023.05.05 06:57 RubenHauffman Ryobi Tool Pallets Available $1500 for a pallet which contains 75pcs

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2023.05.03 07:00 KangGang4Life Who does home depot have running their website

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2023.04.30 10:04 oumarniasse4prez 9ah HP Combo vs 6ah HP Combo

I want to get some thicc batteries for a few reasons. 1 for the power source in case the power fails for awhile again. 2. For the big ass fan from ryobi if my AC fails again. 3. Any other tool where I might need extended use, mostly probably the angle grinder and one other, but I probably have over 25 tools. It could come up for most of them. The highest Ah battery I own are 4 Ah. One HP and a few generic china cells
I need people to tell me just to buy the 9Ah ones. Esp bc this is the one thing that DTO doesnt do well in
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2023.04.30 09:42 duallytransit The Esky - Day 6

The Esky - Day 6
Did the same as yesterday, another 800W of panels, another vent fan, and all the wiring sorted. I didn't have the right cables for 2x2p2s setup so a trip to jaycar and a few MC4 connectors and I was good to go after making and crimping a few cables.
Next week, electricals.
Also, love my ryobi tools. A lot of people shit on them, but I've never had one fail.
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2023.04.30 03:45 willie-L61q Ryobi One+ 18V Campers Kit: Area Light, Bluetooth Speaker & Clamp Fan: $69 (was $159.00) at Home Depot

Ryobi One+ 18V Campers Kit: Area Light, Bluetooth Speaker & Clamp Fan: $69 (was $159.00) at Home Depot submitted by willie-L61q to ryobi [link] [comments]

2023.04.30 03:44 willie-L61q Ryobi One+ 18V Campers Kit: Area Light, Bluetooth Speaker & Clamp Fan: $69 (was $159.00) at Home Depot

Ryobi One+ 18V Campers Kit: Area Light, Bluetooth Speaker & Clamp Fan: $69 (was $159.00) at Home Depot submitted by willie-L61q to RyobiPowerTools [link] [comments]