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Complete novice here for the first time! Decided to start my own workshop and dive into the world of woodworking during Covid...gives me something useful and interesting to do!

Look forward to learning something new everyday!

Regards and stay safe!

Ivan Flack
 

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Welcome Ivan to the wonderful world of routing, you've come to the right place to learn all about routing, not only with the router under the table but also hand held.
Here are some examples to whet your appetite.
 

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G'day Ivan. Welcome to the forum.
 

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Thanks to everyone for the warm welcome!

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Hi there...

Complete novice here for the first time! Decided to start my own workshop and dive into the world of woodworking during Covid...gives me something useful and interesting to do!

Look forward to learning something new everyday!

Regards and stay safe!

Ivan Flack
Welcome, Ivan, to the forum. I'm sure you'll enjoy your time here. There's a lot to learn but fun doing it.
 

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Glad you decided to join the fun. You can start with hand and small power tools. But to me, the first big step is a decent table saw. It is required for precision cutting. There are lots of jigs that will enable you to do a LOT with that and some hand tools. All depends on what kinds of things you'd like to be making.

One of our contributors, Stick, will be along shortly with a series of pdfs that will give you a good start in the hobby. Well worth reading as you get started. There are also tonnes of videos on woodworking on YouTube, although some are better than others. Note that in those videos they often remove the safety guards so you can see better, but whenever possible, especially when you're new at this, keep those guards in place.
 
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