05:38AM | 04/20/02
Member Since: 04/19/02
5 lifetime posts
Hi everyone,this is my first message.I am just starting to take woodworking up seriously,over the next few weeks my dad and i are going to be working on our workshop,making cupboards and so on.But what i realy need to know is what tools should i start out with?I have already got the basics,but i need to know the essential tools because i obviously cant afford to buy them all at once.I will start out making wooden toys for my sisters baby.Thanks alot


09:35AM | 04/20/02
Go to the How-To section of this web site. (See buttons above) Click on the garage/workshop section of the interactive house. Notice at the right side of the screen you will see a list. Click on the workshop tools. You can find out just about anything you want about a wood working shop in this area including tools to start with and what you can add later.


10:34AM | 04/21/02
Member Since: 04/19/02
5 lifetime posts
Thanks alot GlennG,as i said it was my first message,(and the first time iv been to this site)i have'nt realy had much time to look around,so thanks for directing me in the right direction.I have ordered an electric mitre saw! :-D So it should be here in a few days!(As u can tell im realy chuffed about it)


08:06PM | 11/22/02
Member Since: 11/22/02
10 lifetime posts
You might want to consider Ryobis new 18v 6 pack available at home depot it is a great starter kit for cordless 18 v powertools geared toward woodworking beginers


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