"Just use this $1,000 piece of equipment and $100 worth of extra materials you have lying around from your day job as a YouTube carpenter!"
@SimonPetrikov, just use this specialized tool that only professional furniture makers even know about and costs $150 and serves only this one purpose.
@SimonPetrikov, agreed, but I find you can get good material from people with older furniture, who are throwing it out. Or old pallets.
@but its hard, absolutely. With the powers of my mini van and Craigslist combined I've saved thousands on furniture.
@Patamon, yeah I don't see an easel ANYWHERE. This is clearly clickbait.
I will murder literally anyone for this garage.
Before you try to question my seriousness and morals with hypothetical "what about 'blank' or your 'blank'", the answer is yes.
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, so you will marry me! *sobs* this is the happiest day of my life!
That’s a nice garage.
@Jauffre, Those speakers.
Realistically, I'd say I do the majority of my woodworking with around $500 worth of tools, which could be found used for about $100-200 total. You just have to study and rely more on older techniques and hand tools more than someone with thousands to throw into the equipment, but people have carved wood and made furniture for thousands of years with not much more than a chisel, hammer, saw, and hand drill.
I need this garage
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New Yankee Workshop. “See how easy it is to build a custom dining table and chairs,” says the man who had $200,000 worth of equipment and specialized machinery in his backyard custom built shed.
When you hire a professional, you're mostly hiring tools, knowing takes very little time, I fitted my own kitchen last year, only took me a week, and it too the professionals 3 days to fix everything I'd done wrong
Dictionaries are cheaper than $50... and Google is free!
I thought this was going to be an art pun