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641 posts in 1819 days


#1 posted 685 days ago

What I tend to do is pick up something for each project that I will not only need for that project but for future ones.

So it can be anywhere from supplies, dye, shellac, etc. or for my most recent project an LN shoulder plane I needed for shaping tenons,a woodpeckers rule stop or marking, and a Veritas hollow square chisel punch to make square peg holes to attach some breadboard ends.

This way I accumulate at the rate of my projects without buying stuff that is not really necessary.


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