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Hello, I'm Kathy and I live in the Ohio, Michigan area. This is very exciting for me to find so many woodworkers willing to help. I'm completely new at woodworking, so I may have a few questions.
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OK Welcome! but pick one state!

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Hello, I'm Kathy and I live in the Ohio, Michigan area. This is very exciting for me to find so many woodworkers willing to help. I'm completely new at woodworking, so I may have a few questions.
or do you have "dual citizenship?" What are your specific interests? Handtools, power tools, carving, scrollwork cabinets, furniture, show us your shop! bill

The answer to your question will only be as detailed and specific as the question is detailed and specific. Good questions also include a sketch or a photo that illustrates your issue. (:< D)
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I have a home in Ohio and a cabin in Michigan. I guess I do have dual citizenship and you're a Tiger right off the bat. Now down to business. I have a table saw, band saw, plainer, jointer, drill press, router, sander and kreg jig, What else do I need to become a master cabinet builder, besides a good teacher? Should I post, I need a teacher? I travel a lot so I need a private one.
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There are plenty of folks here who will be willing to help you out whenever you need it.
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I have a home in Ohio and a cabin in Michigan. I guess I do have dual citizenship and you're a Tiger right off the bat. Now down to business. I have a table saw, band saw, plainer, jointer, drill press, router, sander and kreg jig, What else do I need to become a master cabinet builder, besides a good teacher? Should I post, I need a teacher? I travel a lot so I need a private one.
Welcome, Kathy!

What part of MI? I usually spend some summer time in the U.P. on one or more remodelling jobs (didn't make it last year - had to build our new home here!)

As for teachers, you have a whole college of them right here on this board - just ask! And remember - the only dumb question is the one that goes un-asked.

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Thanks to everyone, Petoskey. BW
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Welcome from Texas !!!

Welcome to the forum.

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