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#1 posted 01-07-2016 10:51 AM

I think I agree with Karamba. Find a set of plans for a project you like, buy the material and get to work with the tools you already have. While doing that keep track of what new tools would make the project easier to do and/or look better. Don’t buy anything until you need it and are also pretty sure you will also need it in the future. Just my humble opinion.

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