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New to using a router and looking to learn all I can.
Live in Battletown, KY and am finally able to build my dream workshop. Input welcome on design and what I need. Have most of common power tools.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-19-2013, 06:36 AM
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Hello Shanon and welcome. What kind of woodwork do you like?

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My profession is to restore old loghouses that is in the classical way. Look at www.tiny-e.fi and (FB) Tiny-e. Restaurointipalvelut for exaples
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hello Shannon. welcome to the forum.

Looking forward to your participation.
Filling out your profile to include (first name,tools and short bio is strictly (optional )but does help members to better relate to each other.
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Hi Shannon. Welcome to the forum. You need to look at the requirements of the tools you have and plan accordingly. All tools require some room for infeed and outfeed, some require a lot of room like a table saw. If you'll need to rip panels on a table saw you need over 8' on either side of the saw. Will some or all of the tools be stationary or will you wheel them into place so that you have the room to use them? Then there is dust collection. If the tools are stationary then the dust collector can be too, otherwise it has to follow the tools around. Once all that is settled you need to plan wiring and lighting. All of my tools are stationary so I installed my light fixtures in front of where I would be working so as not to cast shadows. There are lots of options and possibilities. Start at square one and work your way through each step.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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G'day Shannon, welcome to the forum.

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Welcome to the forum Shannon.

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Welcome Shannon

Hope that your new shop turns out to have all that you need
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