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Don W

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#1 posted 06-12-2012 01:31 PM

thanks for the answer Lis. I definitely understand the advantages, especially for someone starting out or who is not really serous about it (or would be serious but just don’t have the time). We all work different and sometimes our environment drives how we work. I think its a great thing for those who can not have their own shop.

In Dophi’s instance I think I’d go for the shop in the garage, and as he got to projects bigger than the garage allowed, then try the community route fo the individual projects.

I like the ability to walk out to the shop for a half hour if that’s the time I have. I usually can’t plan that far ahead.

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