|Forum topic by Northman83||posted 03-14-2016 12:39 AM||536 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
03-14-2016 12:39 AM
New woodworker here.. although I have not “started” yet.
My plane is to make in order:
Hopefully the “garage” is finished by then, and I can move all of these over.
My idea is not to make a living of this yet, but maybe selling a few items in the future. I think more of it as a stress-relif, concentrating on making a thing as good as I can.
Im pretty new to the whole thing.. actually just talked to my Grandfather, a cabinetmaker / carver / wood turner, about being given his old tools. I will have to look through, to see if anything is salvageable. Given he used mostly power tools, not everything will be of “use”, but I will most likely keep most of it. Thats why I am not that concerned about tools as of yet.. but most likely will purchase a good good deal from Lie Nilsen or Lee Valley..
But, I guess I will need most of these items:
And the list just keeps on going it seems..
I will probably also purchase a band saw and a planer for rougher work, some in plywood and other that I don`t want break my hand tools on.
But, all that aside, I was wondering if any of you could give recommendations on hand tool woodworking books I should purchase??