Hi, just getting back into woodworking after years of using others shops, ect.
Right now I am looking for a router and a tablesaw or bandsaw recommendations?
Mainly interested in fine/custom furniture (think modern plywood furniture- still have access to a 8'x10' 3-axis CNC, large vacuum bag, ect).
Still I'm getting to the point where I'm looking to start out and invest in a few tools.
Up north I have a few inherited tools - an old inherited Myford ML8 Lathe from the 50s w/ plainer (works great-thinking of getting a four-jaw chuck for it), Lee Valley workbench, ect. I also have a small JigSaw, drill, and Worm-drive circular saw.
Right now I am looking for tools for home renos in the city, as well as my hobby furniture building.
I think a router and some sort of saw system (track/table/band) are on my shortlist though. Sanding stuff is going to wait until I need it though.
I would like to do this right, what do you think is the direction to go with building a small (urban) shop?