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post #1 of 8 Old 01-17-2009, 11:26 AM Thread Starter
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New wanaabee wood worker lol

hey every one! I can not really classify myself as a real woodworker yet but i want to learn as much as possible. i have realized there is a lot to be learned via forums by spending a lot of time on automotive forums. I have been a countertop maker for 4 years now but before that i never knew a thing. I just started making my first project a walnut coffee table. so far from this project i have learned the importance of having a plan all i had was a picture and a "plan" in my head so it has taken me a lot longer and a lot more frustrating than it needed to be i am pretty close to being done just need a top and stain... here is a crappy cellphone picture

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Welcome to the forum, keep up the good work. That table looks good, show us some good pics when you are finished with it.

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Welcome Chris,
I saw your other post and await finished pics. Looks nice, glad to hear you are getting a chance to work with real wood for a change.
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Hello, Can anyone give me some information, as to where i can get some wood blanks for turning in the new albany, or louisville area.
I have just moved here and not to fimilar with the area. Thanks.
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Welcome Chris,
I saw your other post and await finished pics. Looks nice, glad to hear you are getting a chance to work with real wood for a change.
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Thanks! yeah at first for a split second i was like what the hell is that smell.. then i realized it was what wood smells like
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Hi I am new here

Hi
I am new to this site and not even sure if I am using the correct procedure for posting. I am interested in getting into making custom mouldings to start and eventually more elaborate projects like tables and bed headboards etc. I live in Labrador Canada and i currently own a CNC router which I use to make custom shelving, upper blocks, lower blocks etc

I am currently looking for a planer for making the mouldings but I am starting from scratch in my research. I suspect most of the mouldings I make will be from MDF board. Any assiatance in determing the right planer would be greatly appreciated.

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Wanna be woodworker ? Jeeze, me to ! I've got the saw dust making part down pat.
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