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Bit of time in the shop today getting ready to tackle kitchen cabinet build.here are both router tables set up,t.s table has a used Veritas fence I bought Friday,set up with sacrificial fences to machine ends of the stiles.incra table is set up fo the rail and stile
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Finished sample,all dialed in ,ready to run,just need to mill more stock
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Plywood base for the Veritas fence
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Veritas fence and base assembled together on table,using back of t.s fence to get initial placement,fine adjustment was to loosen one nob and tap.
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Great looking setup you have there Al with two router tables like that .Looking forward to seeing your project come together

Really liking the intergrating of the router into the tablesaw . We're going to have simular setups someday I hope

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Great looking setup you have there Al with two router tables like that .Looking forward to seeing your project come together
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What cha gonna build first - uppers or lowers?

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What cha gonna build first - uppers or lowers?
Pantry first,then the uppers, the new pantry can hold what's in the uppers while I do some wall and ceiling repairs,then the new uppers can go in,then the lowers
Of coarse plans can change
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Pantry first,then the uppers, the new pantry can hold what's in the uppers while I do some wall and ceiling repairs,then the new uppers can go in,then the lowers
Of coarse plans can change
Al, you need a pair of these. They work great.

Here is a link to where I got the idea.
Super Wicked Awesome Cabinet Jacks | THISisCarpentry
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