I'm still getting my shop put together and stocked up. There is so much stuff out there that I know I'll need and or really want. What I've been doing is picking a project getting the stuff I need to make it and make a few then design my own piece. Once I get ready to move on to making something new I'll get the tools or materials I need for that and do it all over again. I try to pick projects that I have most of what I need already and buy one or two things as needed. This process won't throw you into bankruptcy, will keep you building and before you know it you'll look around your shop and think man I've got a lot of stuff. Just my 2 cents and kind of how I approach thingssonny23 said:hi, i am a noob in woodworking and i just bought the kreg pocket hole jig yesterday and its very helpfull.
i wanted to know if there is many other little tools like that who can make the job easier (like a shelf pin drill kit and things like that).
That is a great idea, but I'm one of those people that see's and then wants it!:wallbash: That is not good. :sad: There are a lot of people saying "buy the tools as needed", I'm going to have to listen to them. I support there comments.I think the best advice for those without an unlimited budget, is to buy what you need for the project at hand.