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This is my workshop and the beginning of my “Woodworking Journey”.
It started from 2nd floor balcony and I don’t know where it will end.
My hand-made tablesaw
Me and my mate (Fiky)
Bad clearance, but precise
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Hi! Thanks for the comment!
Its really exciting to hear a success story from someone that through the beginning harder than me. Its such a motivation, thanks! (I'll visit your profile).
For now, I still don't have a problem with rust because all the tools I have are made from wood. My brother also live on Texas :)
Interesting... my woodworking journey also begun on a balcony at the fourth floor ten years ago. The shop and tools don't make the wood worker. Most furniture built a century ago that we all admire were crafted without the fancy tools we have the luxury to purchase in today's market. As for my journey, I now have a nice, but small, studio with a few basic tools in it, but the real pleasure still in working wood with hand tools on my workbench.
A woodworking journey is traveled with your hands and your tools. Looks like you're in the right direction.
Being out doors what do you do to keep the rust down? I live on the Texas coast and have to oil everything all the time.
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