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Most of the tools I've pruchased have been for a specific job: visit one of the children and a project needs to be done........need a tool for that, the wife says go ahead. I almost have a complete shop set. Now I just need a shop. Some day.....
 

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Welcome Eric! Hope you enjoy the Router Forums. Do you have a little corner in the garage or basement to set up a bench and some wall space to put some mobile tools against. Don't need a bunch of space. My shop is a testament to that! Sounds like you are getting some projects done anyway! Looking forward to hearing more from you.

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Most of the equipment has been mounted on wheels. When the weather in the Ozarks cooperates I'm making sawdust out on the driveway. The previous owner had a large workbench installed in the garage and it gets a work out (after I clear it from the clutter).
 

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Hi Eric and welcome to the Router Forums. Glad to see you are posting. We really like to have our new mwmbers jump in and participate. We also like to see pictures of others work. So if you have some you'd like to share, post them. Also, if you have ANY questions on woodworking, feel free to ask.
 

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Hi Eric and welcome to the Router Forums. Glad to see you are posting. We really like to have our new mwmbers jump in and participate. We also like to see pictures of others work. So if you have some you'd like to share, post them. Also, if you have ANY questions on woodworking, feel free to ask.
I'm in the process of remodeling the fron porch. It's enclosed and I've completed drywallwing the ceiling and painting the walls. Trim is up, made my own on the router table. Last thing to do is building the window seats. I was going to use MDF, but the seats could possible get wet if the wind blows just right. Never has happened in 12 years, but... Using 3/4 ply instead. The seats will be a little more than 7' long. Dadoing the vertical supports and then use the interiors for storage. My wife had her doubts until I cut out the pieces. Just need warmer weather and let the games begin.
 
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