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Hi Everyone. Im Shane. Small Hobbyist. I Started out with a small ROCKWELL RK7240 table saw and a screw gun. Did a few projects and now Im trying to talk the wife into letting me upgrade to a Delta 36-725 table saw, the Hitachi C12RSH Miter saw and 18-Volt ONE+ AirStrike 18GA Cordless Narrow Crown Stapler and/or 18GA Cordless Brad Nailer. Im not saying Im just getting into woodworking.... Im a guy, been building stuff all my life, just never really built anything real nice (never had the tools for it). Now Im really wanting to get into building nice things and even selling it, If possible.
Around August, Minards will be opening up in my town so i will be able to go there to get good quality wood. For now we have a small lumber yard (mostly building supplies).
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Welcome here Shane, to this very friendly woodworking forum! Remember to keep ALL your tools clean & sharp, plan your work - then work your plan, but most of all have fun & be safe.
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The tools don't make the craftsman....
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Welcome to the forum. I have only been a member here for a few weeks. I am amazed by how much I can learn just by reading and there are times I feel I can contribute.
I agree with Woodchux to keep your tools in good working condition. A that a sharp blade is a safe blade.

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