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post #1 of 5 Old 10-20-2012, 02:41 PM Thread Starter
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Hey all,

Joined the site a few weeks ago and been enjoying learning a bunch of stuff from all of you seasoned woodworkers. By far one of the most informative web forums I've found. Aquired a table saw and mitre saw in the last 2 years and decided to start getting more serious about ww. Next up is a router and router table. Mostly interested in making some furniture as well as birdfeeders and birdhouses (I am a fish and wildlife biologist by trade). Hope to be able to "give back" to the site and contribute from time to time. I just finished a project I'll post up in the projects thread shortly. See ya on the threads!

Scott
Northwood, NH

Here are a couple pics of my basement workshop:

Roughly 18'x13' work area
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Think I can fit one of those cool woodworking benches in here?
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Welcome. Looks good. I too have a basement shop but I don't have a big window like you. Nice.

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Welcome aboard, I envy your workshop.

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Welcome to the forum. Nice workshop. Thanks for posting pics. We love pics !

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