Welcome to the forum, Terry! We do like photos so show us your tools, shop, projects, etc. whenever you're ready.
Will do David, I need to pretty it up a bit before pics are posted :wink:Welcome to the forum, Terry! We do like photos so show us your tools, shop, projects, etc. whenever you're ready.
I recently purchased a few General International tools (shaper, joiner w/mortice attachment, planer, drum sander, table saw etc.) Still building a functional shop, hopeful to post pics in my profile soon.Welcome to the forum fellow Canadian, and thank you for filling out your profile. Looking forward to seeing your future projects.
Thanks Herb, I have struggled in the past on a few projects and I will definitely seek out advice from the group.Welcome to the forum,we have a couple of mariners here already. We look forward to your projects whether it is questions on tool operating or woodworking, or just showing your projects, don't feel that your projects will not meet standards here as we get to see all levels of wood working, and it also shows the progress a person makes with each project.
Thanks Ross, looks like a great place to gain knowledge and confidence.Welcome to the forum Terry.
Thanks Dan, the tools I've purchased used to belong to my neighbor and friend, I have used them multiple times over the years, and now it's up to me to maintain them. The drum sander was interesting trying to get the table tracking evenly.Hey,Terry; welcome!
"Drum sander"....*envy!*. On my most wanted list.
'Mimac' (Brian) is over in Langford. He's a really accomplished craftsman, and a generally nice guy. He'd be happy to talk shop with you; PM him if you'd like to chat.
Hi Tom, first thing I did was check out Sticks documents, very informative indeed.Hi Terry. Welcome. We have a few retired mariners around here. The documents Stick mentioned are really good, full of the kind of information that will get you going safely.