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Old 02-14-2011, 10:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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YouTube - How the pantorouter works

I couldn't decide where to post a link to this jig. Actually, calling it a jig is a disservice.

Amazing. I feel inadequate just watching.

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Old 02-15-2011, 11:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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This guy is great! It's awesome how willing he is to share all his ideas. He sells his plans at a very reasonable price.
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I could watch him work that pantorouter for hours. It was liike watching "How it's made".

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Reminds my of the JDS Multirouter which appeared 20 or more years back (albeit at $2600+). That in turn looked like a hand version of the Rye round end tenoners/mortisers whch were once used in furniture factories in the UK. Nice to see a good home brewed version, though, and I've got to admit that the guy's website contains some wonderfully ideas to, errrr, borrow
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YouTube - How the pantorouter works

I couldn't decide where to post a link to this jig. Actually, calling it a jig is a disservice.

Amazing. I feel inadequate just watching.
This Jig is awsum ! ! I just purchased the plans for his BANDSAW, I am almost finished with it at this point and it is also AWSUM ! ! I am not adept at pics but will try at a later date. If you are adventuresum, give it a try. You will enjoy the challenge and the results.. You fellow wood worker, Frank Lee
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