My name is Bob and I'm a new woodworker in Marietta, Ga. I inherited a whole shop of different woodworking power tools from my father in law (RIP). I expect I'll be touching base here a lot.
Welcome to the forum Bob. Hopefully he had some time to show you how to use them. The first rule is to always work safe. You can ask a question any time you want but you can also use the Community Search function near the top of the page to research questions and issues. Looking forward to your participation.
Bob, I am sorry for your loss. Inheriting a whole shop can be overwhelming. If you've not done much WW in the past just take things one small project at a time. Any tool or machine can be mastered by learning one function, one setup, one technique, as needed then safely adding it to your repertoire. Then a second. And a third.... Above all, ENJOY yourself!
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