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Re: *** SURVEY: THE IDES OF MARCH ***

Henry (Raleigh NC)
So even though I hope I am at least 2 decades off from scaling down the shop, I have indeed considered the possibility. I'd still love to scale it up, but that is unlikely.
My new interest in 3D mechanical puzzles requires some precision not required for larger scale work (I'm learning on that front); required pieces there are all small scale and so would lend themselves to a small scale (precise) tool set. I think that includes router table, small BS (or a much better scroll saw than I have now), and likely a mini-lathe. Time will tell if my interests shift - carving and intarsia remain as fronts I have not yet attempted, but think that these both lend themselves to smaller spaces and quieter work.

Henry

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