Hello tool making veterans! I am building a combination router table and table saw station. For all of you who already have router tables, what is the best table top and fence material to use? I found a router table plan from 1985, and the bu...
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Both my grandfather and my father were carpenters, and they preferred to be in the shop than anywhere else. I think woodworking was just in their blood, and they were always dreaming up new projects. Neither one of them made it their profession, but they both were very serious about it.
As a child, I got to watch my dad create things and be artistic. I learned processes, procedures, safety and how to use the major tools. Now I am in my mid 30's and finally have the money and a reason to get into woodworking as an adult...I have my own family now. I'm already enjoying spending time with my two year old son in the garage!
Even though I learned so much from my dad in the past, I would consider myself to have a beginner skill set, but I’m logical, patient and a perfectionist. I look forward to showing my projects and evolving my skills through the help of the friends in this web tool.
-- - In Christ
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Fellow Jocks, First, I want to thank you for reading this and offering your wisdom. I am a novice woodworker and have come up with a hurdle in my current project. I am building a cradle out of Red Oak, which is the hardest wood I’ve w...