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Cool! I recently started building acoustic guitars and have been a picker for over 50 years so I'm well aware of CITES regulations, though I don't agree with all of them. I have some Brazilian lumber I bought in the early 80's and some I bought in the last 5 years but none of it will leave the country, or at least I don't think so. I also have some BRW veneer that's gorgeous.

Your use of it looks good and is tastefully used.

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Ola. You're a natural teacher. Your videos are clear, concise, and well-produced without the extraneous verbiage of most woodworking videos. Your English is better than 90% of Americans.

Your work is excellent. I hope you'll continue to make videos to help and inspire me.

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Welcome Ola and thanks for sharing your insight. Clearly you're no beginner. Wonderful design and builds. I'm envious of that skill level. I'll be sure to keep an eye on you YouTube Channel.
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Thanks for sharing your craftsmanship with us Ola. You are creating beautiful pieces and can be proud to display them. I like Sweden and all it's culture. I spent a week in Oxalusund a few years ago when I worked for SSAB.

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Ola Welcome to the Router Forums. Great video of the jig and techniques you used. I forsee members trying to reproduce your jig.

I'm looking forward to seeing some more of your woodworking projects, you have mastered furniture design and fabrication.
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Again, thanks all! Natural teacher I don't know but I have a drive till share my ideas when I think I have something that might be of common interest, really glad you like my jigs...and furnitures event if I thought a forum with this name would mainly be interested in router related things

Dan, nice till hear you been till Sweden! Woodworking is picking up here after many years with low activity.
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Ola we have quite a few different sub-forums here that cover different types of woodworking. It is always nice to see what others are making with the tools they have even if they don't use a router.

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Welcome from Canada Ola, and thank you for sharing . You do incredible work ,love the table

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Outstanding work!
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Again, thanks all! Natural teacher I don't know but I have a drive till share my ideas when I think I have something that might be of common interest, really glad you like my jigs...and furnitures event if I thought a forum with this name would mainly be interested in router related things

Dan, nice till hear you been till Sweden! Woodworking is picking up here after many years with low activity.
Ola it's very hard to make something with just a router. It helps to have other tools. Preferably MANY other tools. We are some of the worst tool addicts in the world here. We love tools, even if they belong to someone else.
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