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"what do I do with these new skills after the class ends?" Sound to me like you're not the person to take a class for personal growth. Since you're not going to spend the $ for tooling up to be an efficient builder the continued building path seems like it too is a dead end.

So just why were you interested in a class to begin with?

The moment I touched a lug with a file I knew I was going to be doing this thing for a long time. If you don't get some of the same pleasure or feel the passion then don't spend the $ (to take the class). Really it's pretty simple. Taking a class just to say you did doesn't mean much in my view.

Perhaps the different path might be to get to know a builder and create a way to work with them or rent their shop space. This will take a lot longer then a short class but the end results might be far better for your future needs. Andy
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