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#1 posted 07-03-2018 04:48 AM

Hello All, I’ve been doing a lot of research about tools and techniques lately and it seems like it has been ending up here on this forum a lot…..joined!
Guess it would be best to let you all know my experience with woodworking has been learned “backwards” from being a painter/finisher turned restoration guy. (Blessed in that my career has had me working in complex finishing and restoration environment that has exposed me to a lot of good craftsmen,experiences and working on significant projects.)
Being one who goes In to make all workmanship and woodwork “appear” uniform has been a very rewarding path for me but I left it all for a ten year stint in the white collar world (associated with a couple life long hobbies of mine) and now? Going back to my “roots” and passion fo woodwork design and restoration.
Anyways, really looking forward to learning and participating around here as all I’ve seen is a great forum. I’ll see you in the threads and please bear with me in my learning (and will wade in to helping where I can). Scott

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