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#1 posted 11-23-2012 02:21 AM

rance: i have a joinery book, planer, joiner, router, table saw… lots of goodies. but what i dont have are chisels. I guess that is next on the shopping list.

i’m not worried about knots or strength, as these will be expendable training exercises. seems popular is a good choice to start with.

there is a “cabinet finishing” shop infront of my work. i’ll have to ask them next week for bottom-feeding spare parts.

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