I am fairly new to fine woodworking. I have some experience in Framing and Home Repairs but very little in the art of furniture making. I did just build some cabinetry for my small space trying to…Continue
"A Table saw is a good start along with an orbital sander, jig saw, miter saw. In my opinion the jointer and planer can wait (this is just my opinion). Instead of a jointer you could always make a jig to straighten your boards on a table…"
"Thanks......Jay you don't have to worry about me taking any work away from you...lol (jk). I am just doing it as a hobby. I have some projects that I want to do for myself and as I stated I am retired now so all I got is time. I do have a…"
"Hello Everybody...I have been interested in woodworking for years. I have some experience as a framing carpenter but there is a world of difference between rough work and fine woodworking. I also did some home repairs a long time ago. …"
I am fairly new to fine woodworking. I have some experience in Framing and Home Repairs but very little in the art of furniture making. I did just build some cabinetry for my small space trying to get it organized. I decided to add some doors to the cabinets after I hung them and I am almost finished with that. I am working with mostly 3/4 plywood that's pretty warped up but it was free so I have been dealing with it. The project I want to build first as far as furniture is a computer desk and…See More
I have built many kitchens and finally decided to buy the Foreman, because my latest kitchen consisted of 28 cabinets and I was over my hand hurting from all the drilling, moving the clamp etc., it seemed like a smart choice.