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Has anyone seen the Wood Threading Jig in the August/September 2017 Issue of Woodsmith?
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I have not seen the Woodsmith iisue, but I wonder is it this:?The Beall Tool Company

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I've been reading it over the last several evenings. Looks very interesting. Don't know if I'd build the canister but I liked the two jigs for turning using a router and the threading.
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Has anyone seen the Wood Threading Jig in the August/September 2017 Issue of Woodsmith?
No I havent, but I like this one:
Thread cutting jig - by captbbrooks @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

I dont know where to buy that kind of bit/cutter tho.

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