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#1 posted 12-11-2011 04:14 PM

I have to agree with sawdust4blood. Most of the woodworking books have projects for different levels of experince. Personally I would start with making a box. 1 you can uswe it for things in the shop that you need to put something in. Make it with 45 angle’s that is a good way to learn. Box’s with 45’s can be a pain, alot of people will tell you that. Then I would just work up from there.
As far as the next piece of equipment I would get a bandsaw. There are a lot of things to get you started to learn after that.

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