New to woodworking.

  • 21 May 2017 3:09 PM
    Message # 4844642
    Anonymous

    I am relatively new to wood working, any suggestions on tools to get or projects that I should work on?  Current tools are mostly carpentry tools (circular saw, reciprocating saw, staple gun, flat bars, hammers, mallet, levels, speed square, framing/carpentry square, sockets, wrenches, extension cords, etc.)  Things I don't have are experience in wood working, many of the wood working tools I see Rob work on for example the only plane I have is a block plane that needs some work.  


    A bit of background on me, I grew up working with my dad on job sites learning general carpentry.  After high school I enlisted in the army spent some time in Iraq and Texas working on computers.  I still work in IT for a living getting in to woodworking for a hobby and to get my mind off of some of the past.  I live in an apartment, so I am going to work with hand tools whenever possible.  If anyone has any questions I am an open book, ask away.

  • 22 May 2017 1:58 AM
    Reply # 4845174 on 4844642

    Go out to the hand tool coach web site:  http://www.robcosman.com/   and follow the links to the vets web site or contact Rob at rob@robcosman.com He will be glad to talk with you

    Chuck

  • 22 May 2017 4:40 PM
    Reply # 4846348 on 4844642
    Anonymous

    Thanks. 

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