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Starting a woodworking hobby can be intimidating and expensive. I’m here to help and make sure you get the right tools you need in order to start creating. My advice: make sure you watch at least 5 videos on this subject from 5 different sources. Everyone has their own opinion and budget.

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  1. mmmm… Quarantine has gotten interesting..

  2. Marc Rivers says:

    You forgot to mention paper towels! 😀

  3. Be You says:

    hi everyone ,if anyone else needs to find out about making money from woodworking try Bablim Woodwork Cash Booster ( search on google ) ? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my neighbor got cool success with it.

  4. Paul Donkin says:

    in the UK rulers are wood or plastic steel ones are 'rules'

  5. Band saw , bench drill press,planner,joiner

  6. coda creator says:

    I made the mistake of buying a Ryobi jigsaw. Blades are a serious issue. Apparently, their T-shank mechanism isn't friendly to other brands AND I can't find any Ryobi blades… Insanity. What that has effectively done is turn me away from the brand as I replace my corded tools with cordless in favor of Dewalt, Milwaukee, or Makita. Sometimes cheap is just cheap.

  7. JRTG says:

    Love that wall where you hang your tiny gadgets!

  8. lance P says:

    Ive started into it but my first project is looking like shit. I know it takes time to learn but it is a little discouraging.😂

  9. Elevate your skills in community with others. If you are looking for a growing community of woodworkers to be a part of, come join us on Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/2363025767325743

  10. Woodprix has a very large project base.

  11. What is the tool to the right of the left socket at 2:40?

  12. Lydia Rivera says:

    "I recommend this guide:
    viar.best/tww-guide/8Ss
    So grateful it exists."
    3:58

    Η τέλεια μέθοδος για όλους

  13. JOHN HUGHES says:

    Very useful video. How high are you when you recorded it?

  14. I'm not sure but ,if anyone else wants to learn about how to make money woodworking try Letza Woodworker Lessons (just google it ) ? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my mate got great results with it.

  15. JESUS SUAREZ says:

    hi everyone ,if anyone else wants to uncover how to make money woodworking try Letza Woodworker Lessons (just google it ) ? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my mate got great results with it.

  16. Jonathan says:

    This guy is so chill. Please just start reviewing random things

  17. On a budget… That's literally everything in your workshop dude

  18. William Hahs says:

    Im getting into wood working as a new hobby. Thanks for the information

  19. "I recommend this guide:
    viar.best/tww-guide/sVv
    So grateful it exists."

  20. Arthur Enoch says:

    "I recommend this guide:
    ioni.best/ww-guide/LSm
    So grateful it exists."

  21. "I recommend this guide:
    pime.best/woodw-guide/NyD
    So grateful it exists in 2020."

  22. How did you sell your work?

  23. Universe says:

    Hi Mad, Thank you for the awesome tips and hints, they were really
    helpful. I was wondering if you have heard of this woodworking
    program before? https://sawdust-addict.com/wtc/?affid=dealsflow It
    looks like a great program to help people start with woodworking. I
    was just looking into some options before I make my decision.

    Cheers, keep up with the great work 🙂

  24. Andrew Itzla says:

    Yeah cool, only problem is I have no fucking idea about any of this stuff

  25. Man i always wanted to get into wood working… Ive been told my gandpa was a master woodworker… He passed when my dad was 17… I unfortunately aint blessed enough to meet him in person… I wish i could… Dad aint into wood working… But i sure am…

    Anyway tnx man… Ill look into your advices… ❤

  26. Would you recommend corded or cordless saws? I have a outlet close to where i work.

  27. U should never use ryobi tools

  28. Petr Orlov says:

    "I recommend this guide:
    pime.best/woodw-guide/wWN
    So grateful it exists in 2020."

  29. lamfilipos says:

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  30. Edmund Shaw says:

    "I recommend this guide:
    yoro.best/woodworking/d17
    So grateful it exists in 2020."

  31. this vid was actually quiet usefull

  32. "I recommend following this guide if you want to learn woodworking easily: ileo.best/woodworking/8Sr it worked in 2020 for me, I learned a lot"

  33. Geckomayhem says:

    I may have missed it, but what about a hand saw? I'm just starting out but I inherited a few things from my dad. One of them is a basic hand saw. Some electric tools (a router, I think), but I have to go through them properly.

    Dad's not dead, though. At least, not that I'm aware of. ><

  34. Whoever disliked this video is a tree hugging troll great video the only thing I didn't have is the router

  35. Hassan Hanin says:

    hi everyone ,if anyone else is searching for money making wood projects try Bablim Woodwork Cash Booster (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some great things about it and my m8 got amazing success with it.

  36. StillGrey40 says:

    Great Video!!! thanks for the info!! If it's ok i found another site that is quite AMAZING and very HELPFUL….. shorturl .at/bntw3 (no spaces)

  37. Just bought a new set of spade bits..walmart..Im sure Harbor Freight has them. The package was hard to get off ..took scissors started to cut and started to remove the spade bits. My SOP.
    Then AN AHA MOMENT. I looked and realized that I could remove just the top plastic. I put the package on a screw ..perfect..I don't need a special case etc..it comes with one.

  38. Thanks for posting brother