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  1. M

    Table saw, router, neither, both.

    I'm getting the impression there won't be any consensus on what type of router I should get :LOL: Cheap vs. pro-level, 1/4" vs. 1/2", new vs. secondhand. Starting to see why people end up with more than one!
  2. M

    Table saw, router, neither, both.

    Robbo - yes, I plan on using some pocket screws for the van. There's an excellent Youtube series by Greg Virgoe where he goes into some detail using pocket screws to build the lockers and carcassing, which I'll be basing my designs on as keeping the weight down is crucial.
  3. M

    Table saw, router, neither, both.

    Haha, yep never used one before. I should probably maintain a healthy fear of all the spinny blades!
  4. M

    Table saw, router, neither, both.

    Thanks. That gives me a fair bit to ponder over. Just watched a few of Peter Millard's tracksaw videos. There's a lot more you can do with one of them than I realised. Recon I'll prioritise the router and see if there's enough change to look at a track saw after. A 1/2" router from a reputable...
  5. M

    Table saw, router, neither, both.

    Glad you both said router as in my mind that's more fun, less bulky and slightly less scary than the table saw. I've been looking at pros/cons of 1/4" vs. 1/2" routers and can't see me working with anything thicker that 22mm for now (no proper kitchen worktops), so hoping I can get away with a...
  6. M

    Table saw, router, neither, both.

    As a not particularly experienced woodworker, I'm after a bit of advice on my next tool purchase. I have a couple of projects planned. The first is building a cistern cabinet with some storage (including doors) in our bathroom. The second will be building cabinets for a campervan conversion...
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