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You don’t have to sacrifice quality to set up an affordable (and complete) workshop. These tools do good work on a budget.
By David Thiel
Pages: 66-71

From the October 2004 issue #143
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Most woodworkers don’t have the luxury of buying all the tools and machinery for their shop at one time. But if you did, how would you spend your money and what tools would you choose?

Whether you’re setting up your shop one machine at a time or if you’re just thinking of adding a new machine to the shop you already have, we’re here to help you spend your money wisely on tools that perform at high levels but have low prices.

From the October 2004 issue #143
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