I am Elango from south part of india. I doing carpendary works for home works and having small workshop. Since i am third generation in my family for wooden works still i am not having much tools. So i would like to move on am interested in woodworking machinery and thus lead me here to find out good and effective tools. Could you guys provide and guide me details on the machinery world. As i am first go thru routers and carving tools pls provide me with brand, model, and vedios link to learn and find out.
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Welcome to the forum Elangovan. Those of us in North America can't help you. Our power is 120 volt 60 cycle, yours is 230volt and 50 cycle like in Europe. The tools we have won't run on your power system.
Follow James suggestion and check to see what tools professionals in your area are using.
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.
Thanks for ur kind feedback. I am considering both but thro web world i can find wide variety of equips and tools. You may suggest right tools for small scale workshops and for beginners by cost effective. If it suitable for me i can look over either local or online.
Thanks for your feedback. I aware of what u have mentioned and i looking for the tools, applications, tricks which i never seen before. Once the tools is recommended it can found for local power requirement as you said in Europe or others in online.