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Hello, I'm a professional woodworker and finish carpenter. I have a low tech shop(i.e. no CNC equipment...not even Blum equipment, which would definitely make box making less tedious.
Recently my uncle passed away who was an amateur woodworker but more wealthy than myself. He wanted me to have his stuff when he passed on, which I just picked up.
Because I enjoyed his company so much I took some of his unfinished projects with me......as if I need to add to my own list.....one of them was stuff from Oak Park Enterprises that I'm trying to make sense of. Does any one use their equipment?
I did go to their web site and get somethings answered but it's a little vague.
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HI Paul

Just post some pictures of the ones you are not sure about, I and and other members have the OP equipment and I'm sure we can help you with them..

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Hello, I'm a professional woodworker and finish carpenter. I have a low tech shop(i.e. no CNC equipment...not even Blum equipment, which would definitely make box making less tedious.
Recently my uncle passed away who was an amateur woodworker but more wealthy than myself. He wanted me to have his stuff when he passed on, which I just picked up.
Because I enjoyed his company so much I took some of his unfinished projects with me......as if I need to add to my own list.....one of them was stuff from Oak Park Enterprises that I'm trying to make sense of. Does any one use their equipment?
I did go to their web site and get somethings answered but it's a little vague.
Tks, Paul



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Hello,Thanks for the reply. It will be a while before I attempt to build this new router table.I also picked up a Powermatic 66 and I need to buy the longer rails and tube assembly. I will mount the router on the end of the table. It is a working shop so I have to line up all the parts before attempting it. Dust collection will also have to rerouted and upgraded.
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Welcome to the router forum.

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I am sorry to hear of your recent loss.

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