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#1 posted 02-12-2017 05:42 AM

My near on fifty years of converting lumber and such to sawdust and other things says different. You just need to start with the basic tools, whether power or hand. Once you have them, you can learn to use them. All the training in the world will not make you an expert on what you don’t have.

As an early beginner, I d take the class sooner than later…

You ll save more than $750 in poor tool purchases in early years. I ll bet most recommending tools haven t actually taken a well regarded class themselves.

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