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Posted on Transitioning from "rough builder" to "woodworker"?

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#1 posted 02-08-2016 03:39 PM

I would start by learning some basics like milling, joinery, etc.
You’ve got some rudimentary tools to start with but you’ll need some hand tools like chisels and planes.

There will be plenty of suggestions on that.

I would start by studying videos you can find them on YouTube or places like Fine WW’ing.

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