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#1 posted 02-11-2018 04:52 PM

Based on what you posted you have for tools get started on a project. Working with the tools you have finish this project. Now look back and see what you might have needed to make this one project easier or that would improve accuracy, quality of build, etc etc. Then do another one, repeat. After a few projects you will see the next tool or tools you really need. You will also see how shop layout affects work flow and how to best place your tools.

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