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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-13-2017, 01:41 AM Thread Starter
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I made some small MDF hold down knobs a while back and they worked pretty good so I figured it was time to make some in Maple. Nothing fancy but here's the process in video -

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Nice and a good video to boot Dave.
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Oh, thanks a lot David! Now you have me looking at prices for a bandsaw riser block, CNC, and drum sander!! Just kidding. That is a very interesting process, and as Charles said, it's a very well made video. Thanks.
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Thanks, David. Good video. I'd like to have a CNC but I'm not sure I could learn to use it.
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Very impressive. Great video.
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