Professional Woodworkers and Weekend Hobbyists
It has recently become apparent to me that we really have two groups of people in the Router Forums, those who do woodworking for a living (and those who are enjoying a well-earned retirement by spending many hours with woodworking) and have fully equipped shops, and the second group, of which I am a member, those who have day jobs not related directly to woodworking, and spend only a few hours a week at most doing woodworking and may own only one router and perhaps a power saw of some kind, and might not even have a permanent shop.
Would it be worthwhile to have a "Woodworking Professionals" subforum, from which us weekend hobbyists could learn much, and ask questions, try out ideas, etc.?
Vegetarian Arthritic Paraplegic Wannabe Routerologist The RouterForums member formerly known as mftha or th-alton
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