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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-31-2015, 01:28 PM Thread Starter
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Default Check this router out. It's neat.

I get an email from Jays Custom Creations every week and he post some really nice stuff. I thought y'all might like this.


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Outstanding. After watching this video about three dozen more times, I might try something like that for myself.
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Wow!!! Do plans exist?
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Thanks Don for posting the video. That is a really cool machine he made, looks like he put fun back into woodworking.

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THAT IS AMAZING!!! I'd love to have that machine. Like Terry said, do the plans exist?

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Thanks Don amazing.

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Thank you for providing a link to the single video that absolutely, positively proves, beyond any shadow of a doubt, that I am a lazy person!

That was probably fun to build, but ... sheesh! The work involved in just getting it to do A,B or C.
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A buddy from work just enlightened me to Jay. Truly amazing some of the things he has done. Do a search for him... lots of stuff to see on his page.

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This is just amazing. Im fairly new to the world of routing but enjoying every minute of creating something beautiful from a single piece of wood. Would love to know if plans for this are available.
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There's a link in the video to the website where plans are available. Jay posted the video as part of an interesting things around the web series, and it turns out to be a luthier in Spain, with an online shop and plans available for 15 euros. Didnt go any further so dont know about overseas currencies etc.
Link is paoson with www in front and com at the end. (I can't post links yet). The router/CNC is on the first page.
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