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I am a retired technology teacher who taught woodworking for five years and then switched to engineering classes teaching Architecture, Cad and CNC instruction. I worked for Boeing for thirteen years in R&D wind tunnel testing. My hobbies are digital photography, scale ship modeling and product design. I use my small trim routers for duplicating small parts and triming built-up parts. I love my routers and what I can do with them! Jerryj98501
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Greetings Jerry and welcome to the router forum. We are pleased to have you join us. One Jerry to another!!

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I am a retired technology teacher who taught woodworking for five years and then switched to engineering classes teaching Architecture, Cad and CNC instruction. I worked for Boeing for thirteen years in R&D wind tunnel testing. My hobbies are digital photography, scale ship modeling and product design. I use my small trim routers for duplicating small parts and triming built-up parts. I love my routers and what I can do with them! Jerryj98501
Welcome to the forum Jerry, with such a background, it would be to your advantage to put all those details in your profile for members to peruse in the future, and no doubt seek advice from you.

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