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Hi___ from North Carolina

I'm finally getting my workshop set up after a series of moves to small houses..

i have a lot of nice tools, i have put them on platforms with locking wheels. i didn't have much space so i kept them all against the wall. I'd roll out what i needed to use.. i just got a nice Hitachi table saw, i have a tall Grizzly 14" band saw, a 36" break press:3 rollers, bender and shear 260 pounds. a 12"x36" wood lathe, 12" bench top disc sander, 4"x36" belt sander, drum sander, drill press, grinders, big compressor, router bench, Japanese saws, lots of clamps from my boat building days, a bunch of hand tools..
a Really nice electronics table i got used working for Boeing building flight control systems for the F22 and Delta3 Rocket... i put up a bunch if new bright fluorescent lighting.. a wall of military pin/wedge steel shelving i got surplus at Boeing.

I'm ready to build something... i just need some info about some fine woodworking tools.. most of what i have done since the 90's has been bigger rougher jobs. when i was younger i made spinning wheels, quilting stuff. but that was all by hand with draw knives.. etc. i made a lot of musical instruments in the late 60's early 70's.. mostly Dulcimers and flutes, but i didn't have any power tools.

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Welcome from the Midwest!

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Welcome. Sounds like you have some major skills. Don't think you'll have much trouble morphing to the power tool scene.

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