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Here are a couple of fixtures I made for making the B-52 tails I posted earlier. Enjoy! David


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Well made video, David...
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These are great, David. You showed great innovation with the design of your jigs, and the cam hold down is brilliant. The video is quite well made, and you're very well spoken in it. It sounds like you're talking to someone standing there, instead of to the camera. Well done!
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Great solutions for machining those areas of the tail pieces.

Like you say the CNC is just one more tool. It will never replace all the power tools or hand tools in your shop but gives you one more way to get your project built.
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