IMHO compared to doing it entirely by hand the most labour/time saving
machine is the planer/thicknesser, followed closely by table saw.
It's quite possible to get by without a router - very over-rated in my
view - they are pressed into use for many things but do all of them
You mention the wobble saw - this gets a bad press but is actually
very useful if you do lots of slots along the grain e.g. in frames to
hold panels, but less good across. Along the grain is fast, accurate,
quiet, dust free (compared to router) and infinitely adjustable to
precise width between limits - so replaces hundreds of router cutters
in one tool.