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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-09-2007, 05:26 PM Thread Starter
 
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Hi Folks,
I'm new at this router stuff and I need to know where to purchase the Poly used as a fence and the black material used to make jigs.
I have another year and a half to retirement from VaTech Civil Eng. Dept. Then I hope to have all the woodworking tools in hand so I can make items I see on the
woodworkingchannel and the routerworkshop.
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The materials used by be purchased from a local plastic shop. (HDPE and Bakelight) You can also purchase many of the items from Oak Park. The top right hand corner of your page has a button with recommended stores, Oak Park has a link there.

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Hi Mike

HELP ,, I can't find the links to the (HDPE and Bakelight) Pls.post one.. thanks

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Thanks to all for the information.
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