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post #1 of 4 Old 02-29-2008, 10:48 PM Thread Starter
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Newby,Just wanted to say "HI"

I'm new here but not new to woodworking.I build small crafts like birdfeeders,birdhouses,hopechests.I'm working on a much larger shop (36x36). It should be done soon. I'm excited about it.I can build much bigger items then.
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Welcome to the forum. I know how you feel. I am currently working out of the basement. Works as most of my current projects are scroll saw art but it bites when working on bigger things.
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Hi Don!

Like drcollins, I too am working out of my basement. But I know it won't be forever, I'll have the shop of my dreams (step aside norm abrahm) eventually. There is a thread called "Show off your shop" you should give it a visit and post some photos when you have it ready.

Welcome the the forums! :D
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Welcome to the site don716!
Sounds like you will have plenty of room to work, but I can tell you that it will soon also be to small. I have a 30' x 30' shop and it is way to small. Already looking at how I can enlarge it.

Did you say tool sale?
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