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    Advice for tools for joinery

    So I followed the advice and got a couple of clamps in lidl yesterday.... Ha
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    Advice for tools for joinery

    To be fair, using power tools for the bulk and hand tools to refine would probably be my preference as well. I don't have the luxury of spending hours in the shop with a one year old at home! Cabinet looks great. Fair play. I've mainly worked with plywood and mdf so far so I'm hoping to get to...
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    Advice for tools for joinery

    Ha! I have all of the above powertools. Just need the block plane and some better chisels then!
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    Advice for tools for joinery

    I like that saying. I never really saw thought about the difference before. I guess furniture maker probably fits more into this category. I'm keen on learning all skills associated with the different. I'd like to learn the different joints. Planning on learning the box or finger joint this week.
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    Advice for tools for joinery

    Thanks a million for that solid advice. Yea I suppose I would have just seen joinery as making furniture but I see now the difference. I'd like to make some furniture but as I said I just want to build my skill set and if that means I end up making some kind of furniture thats great. Do you mind...
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    Advice for tools for joinery

    Thats great mate, thanks for those tips I'll check those guys out on adverts. As I said its just knowing what to look for. I haven't seen a car boot sale in ireland in ages!!
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    Advice for tools for joinery

    As I said I'm new to the joinery side of things so I'm open to advice . Because I've been doing more cabinetry or carpentry based work over the last two years since I started I have built up a good collection of power tools. Have a plunge and trim router and have seen the use of spiral bits to...
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    Advice for tools for joinery

    Thats great mate thanks. I'll defo check these out. Second hand seems to be the way to go. Import and delivery fees to Ireland are a joke though 🙄
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    Advice for tools for joinery

    Hi James Thanks for that. Budget wise I'm happy to spend on something that will last. As I built my power tool collection I quickly realised cheap doesn't last. I have a Stanley plane already. Not sure what number it is though. Not in the workshop at the moment to check but this is it. Got them...
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    Advice for tools for joinery

    Hi there, This is my first time posting in the forum. I've been woodworking for the past 2 years mostly focusing on home projects, carpentry and cabinet making but I want to start to learn the joinery side of things. Been very difficult in Ireland for me to find classes to do as most are very...
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