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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-09-2017, 12:27 PM Thread Starter
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I saw this video posted on another website. Pretty dang spiffy, if you ask me.

I am willing to bet he didn't use Sketchup in his design.

Or a CNC!

Now I am thinking...why didn't I think of that? After all, I have made an exact width dado cutting sled and the router planing sled, both similar in concept. SMH

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Give that guy a sheet plywood and he builds all his own tools.
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That is so cool, as are all of his shop made tools, that it deserves an award.
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simple but produces some very good results. Thanks for sharing Mike.
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Thanks Mike, great video.
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I have to say, that's nothing like I was expecting to see when I clicked the link. I think this is something that would be very useful to have available in the shop. And in looking at some of his other videos, I'm very impressed with his creations. thanks for posting.
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Good find Mike . I can see that coming in handy for newer woodworkers with a limited amount of tools .

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Neat Idea
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Very cool, Mike...but I can't help but think of my speed square for jig and circular saw cuts. Enjoyed that he makes all his tools...gotta give him the attaboy...thanks for sharing...
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Thanks Mike. What a great video. His router table is very close to my first table and I am not kidding. Every one that is just getting started in wood working and do not have a lot of money needs to see this guys video. Every new wood worker needs to understand that you don't need all the fancy tools we have.
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