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Thread: I'm New to Here and Thanks for info!!!

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    Smile I'm New to Here and Thanks for info!!!

    I have been lurking for some time here,enjoying all the talk of woodworking.a move 3 years ago and not having my shop set up.( only makes my interest grow ) But trying to get set up again.Have read all threads about Bandsaws and everything else as well.Hopefully can add some info as well as Learn. Will have shop set up by spring and back to the enjoyment of creating projects.Just to say Hi and thanks for filling my empty time up with all of your shop time. Will post pics as soon as I can. After reading all the BS threads I did order the MM16 so Thanks Again. B

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    Welcome Butch!!


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    welcome butch! i`m sure you`ll like your new saw.

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    Welcome aboard, Butch...and nice choice for the band saw, if I do say so myself...
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    Welcome to the Creek. We will look forward to the unloading and set up PHOTOS of your new toy.

    Best regards, Tom
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    Hoosier by birth, Georgian by choice!

    Have blanks, will trade.

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    Welcome Butch! Glad to have you in the creek.
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    Glad to have you with us Butch. As you said, you just can't beat this place for woodworking related information. The camaraderie is great too!
    Kent Cori

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    Welcome aboard Butch! Enjoy the new saw.

    Pete
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    Welcome to the Creek Butch! Wade right in the water's fine!
    Ken

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    Tom,No Pics didn't happen,The saw will not be here for a month,they only have floor model in stock,it would be fine except a month works better for me.I am still getting kids to sort through garage for what they want and then it goes to garage sale or to donation.I will try to take pics before,during and during,because it is never done.Thanks to all for the Welcoming. I will have questions because I need to catch up on a lot of set up on equipment. B

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    Way to go Butch. Nice to see ya.
    Mark Rios

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    Welcome aboard Butch

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    Welcome

    Butch

    Thanks for joining and welcome

    Jay

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    What kind of woodworking do you do Butch. Welcome to the "Creek."

    John
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    John I do a little bit of it all at least I did before 3 yrs ago when I moved and changed jobs. I like the furniture side of it. But I also enjoy the cabinet side.I have grandkids that are old enough now that I want to cultivate their interest,so that will entail getting in to some smaller things.I am not a turner ( but it does interest me ) Finishing is also a big interest to me ,Because that is the hardest to get right.I have a 3 can garage that I am setting up,I have pm 66, pm shapper,pm 8" jointer and a pm 151/2 planer the bandsaw is on the way and I need to order a DP,so I have a lot of options and I am looking forward to getting back into the shop. B

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