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I'm Christina from Germany (Dresden). I'm glad to be here and hope to get your unlimited energy and love for woofworking and of course an exierence. I'm a begginer in this sphere but I have such a huge desire to be realised in woodworking. So hello and thank you :smile2:
 

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hello and welcome.
tell us a little about your experience and what woodworking
projects interest you.

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Welcome to the forum Christina and I hope you enjoy your stay with us.
There is a wealth of knowledge on this forum. I'm sure there will be suggestions to help you to achieve your goals in woodworking.
Cheers, Tom.
 

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hello and welcome.
tell us a little about your experience and what woodworking
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I've just started. Now I'm working on my first slab coffee table. I have absolutely*no professional experience. But actually I've made a few DIY projects like spice rack, bookcase and coat rack. But my passion are tables.*
 

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Welcome to the forum, Christina!

What sort of woodworking are you doing or planning? You can show us your tools, shop, projects, etc. whenever you're ready.

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As I've answered*for previous message*I like slab tables. So I plan to work in this way. Maybe someday I'll go to some woodworkers school. There are a lot of interesting one in the USA and Canada. I have not many tools.*I would say that I have no basic machine tools like*jointer and planer or table saw. But I’ve already bought something. Almost everything*is Makita.*
 

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Welcome to the forum Christina and I hope you enjoy your stay with us.
There is a wealth of knowledge on this forum. I'm sure there will be suggestions to help you to achieve your goals in woodworking.
Cheers, Tom.
Thank you! Yes, I hope to find answers because I have a lot of questions :smile2:
 

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The completed projects you have shown us look good Christina. That is a nice slab of wood on the floor of your workshop. Is that to be a table top in the future?
 

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The completed projects you have shown us look good Christina. That is a nice slab of wood on the floor of your workshop. Is that to be a table top in the future?

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Yes, it will be a coffee table. Now I'm learning all about epoxy:smile2:
At first I thought about colorless, but now I realise that it is impossible to properly clean the edge of something white.

I found this slab in an antique store, so it has been a little bit restored, but it was not good.

So now I'm thinking about blacke epoxy :smile2:


p.s. and sorry for my English) my native language is Russian.
 

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