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  1. #16
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    Looks pretty good for a first attempt!
    Quote Originally Posted by jerlinjames View Post
    I can see many mistakes on my project. Hopefully will fix them in the next one.
    As my old ww teacher used to say,
    "if you never made a mistake you never made anything"
    "The difference between an apprentice and a master craftsman is the latter is better at hiding his mistakes"
    "There's no such thing as a mistake if you treat it as a learning opportunity"
    "Wanting to learn how to rescue a mistake is the mark of a good student"
    He had dozens of these saying which he would say in a mocking voice but it was really meant to keep us going when disaster struck.

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  3. #17
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    Default Just moved up to a 12" sliding panel saw

    If you're keen I have a Triton 2000 you could have. It's done me well for 12 years or so, and has the router table as well. Yow will need a saw for it though...
    PM me if interested...

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    Quote Originally Posted by david.elliott View Post
    If you're keen I have a Triton 2000 you could have. It's done me well for 12 years or so, and has the router table as well. Yow will need a saw for it though...
    PM me if interested...
    Have sent 2 pms but looks I cannt see them in my sent folder.

    If you havent received the PM could you please let me know.

    regards

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    Welcome to the forum. As you're learning you may be interested in attending a seminar put on by TemplateTom. It'll open your eyes in what can be done with a router. I attended his seminar last Saturday and he's offering another in March. Look in here https://www.woodworkforums.com/f20/challenge-create-project-insert-table-180546
    Experienced in removing the tree from the furniture

  6. #20
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    Hi Jerlin,

    I have a Festool Kapex SCMS and it is great, so you are starting with best. If you run out of money and/or room in the shed you might think about using the machines at the Perth Wood School. I think it's about $60 per hour.

    I would love to have a big table saw, belt sander, spray booth etc. but reality bites (I don't have an infinite supply of money!!) I am not involved with the school but have used the facilities.




    www.perthwoodschool.com.au


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    Welcome to the forum

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    Default I'm the same, sent 4, cannot see 'em...I give up...

    phone me 0488 568 011
    Quote Originally Posted by jerlinjames View Post
    Have sent 2 pms but looks I cannt see them in my sent folder.

    If you havent received the PM could you please let me know.

    regards

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    [QUOTE=jerlinjames;1734026]Hi all,
    Hi jerlinjames,
    I am in exactly the same boat as you but my boat hasnt got the mitre saw ,HA-HA.
    I am retired and with covid thinking to start "something" but yes,NO TOOLS!!
    Also, I cannot make up my mind what to make first, so I came acrossthese plans.
    Ted's Woodworking Review

    I hope I can make something out of this and I hope we will see some of your crafts.(I dont even know if this forum has a place for pictures)



    This forum has been of great help to me as I am getting started with woodworking.

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    Welcome to the forum James, that hall table looks pretty good.

    Regards
    Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by christayl View Post
    Hi all,
    Hi jerlinjames,
    I am in exactly the same boat as you but my boat hasnt got the mitre saw ,HA-HA.
    I am retired and with covid thinking to start "something" but yes,NO TOOLS!!
    Also, I cannot make up my mind what to make first, so I came acrossthese plans.
    I hope I can make something out of this and I hope we will see some of your crafts.(I dont even know if this forum has a place for pictures)



    This forum has been of great help to me as I am getting started with woodworking.
    Hi Christayl. as posted elsewhere, TEDS are a scam. please don't pollute the forum with links to them.

    For anyone else reading this thread - it is SIX YEARS OLD. No point welcoming the original poster here, they are NOT a newbie any longer

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