For some two years, I carried a rough outline of a case for my wife’s piano books in the back of my mind. Having been scared away by AutoCad’s threat to my credit card balance, and then frustrated with TurboCad’s coming-through-the-back-door work ...
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Location: Cape Coral, Fla
I started working wood three years ago. I have since built a wall desk which folds down, two regular work tables and a router table based on a George Vondriska article on outfeed tables, and a tool cabinet.
My wife and I disagree over what to call the place where I work. I call it my workshop; she calls it the garage. She also parks her car in my workshop. But she's a sweet lady and so it all works out.
One thing you'll notice: I've taken a liking to making do with what I have. A table saw would have taken up too much space in the shop. Besides, I've heard and read too many horror stories about kickbacks, missing anatomical parts, and one-eyed jocks. So I use either a circ saw or a band saw in place of the table saw.