Many people ask me this question while making purchases and I cannot remember the details on how this is done. The basic steps are:
First, find a suitable place to build. You need space where you can work; otherwise, you will not be able to properly prepare the machine.
You should not do too many machines per piece (you are usually able to work in about 4 small shops, while doing 2 large workshops), but one or two, because this is not possible to build your own machine.
You can’t just find a workshop with open doors, so it needs to be somewhere with an entrance, which you can’t see easily with a big hole.
You should have the right tools, which I recommend you buying in the local shop. For example: a lathe for fine woodworking or a mill for making fine paper.
I recommend that you get some tools. A lathe and a mill, is a good gift for any beginner who’s just getting started. It is also an important thing to have when working on a high-tech shop with lots of tools.
The cheapest tool is usually a router, but it’s not needed. The most important thing is that the lathe with large gears makes a good platform!
In addition, I strongly recommend getting a shop with a big lathe. The cost is not that expensive and it will save your butt time. I personally recommend you to get some good wood lathe for $300 or less.
A good quality bench grinder (e.g. the Dremel, which is more expensive but is so simple to use, the same as a mill) is an important tool in any workshop. You can find cheaper benches, but, unfortunately, you only get what you pay for.
If you buy several small workshops, I recommend you to buy some tools, too; for example:
A very basic table saw: $100 is a very good cost
A jig saw
A basic table clamp, for example a piece of hardware plate, or a small flathead screwdriver
A drill, an electric drill, a drill press, a drill press, a drill press, a sanding stone, etc.
A drill press, a screwdriver (or, if you’re learning to use it, some kind of screwdriver, or a bit of fine sand paper. Your choice, I guess.)
A set of pliers
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