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#1 posted 02-10-2012 11:51 PM

just build and buy as you need. The more I do, the more I understand the direction I want to go and the more clarity I have on what tools I want to add to my shop. When I first started I spent money on some things that I really no longer use. Now I buy things that I originally didnt see the need for. Sounds like your off to a good start so just start building and see where it takes you.

I have a circular saw, but i rarely use it. They are good for cutting sheet goods down to more manageable pieces. Whenever possible I have the people at my hardwood dealer rough cut my sheet goods for me. When I get home I will take them down to final dimensions on my t.s.

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