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Straightbowed

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#1 posted 07-10-2013 02:01 PM

buy 1 quality tool at a time learn to use handtools and as the money grows so will your choice of tools, if you buy a tool just say a tablesaw buy one that will last if you buy on the cheap it will fold on you when your tryin to do a big project, handtools will make your fit a hundred times better as you learn to use them, lets say you make a box and you just want to glue a bottom in if you use the tablesaw you will make many trips and then you may overcut but with a handplane you can take passesand get a flawless tight fit go the handtool route then your need for powertools will be easy because you will know exactly what you need

-- Stevo, work in tha city woodshop in the country


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