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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-05-2006, 03:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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Hi guys new to the forum. Lets get down to business. I have been searching for this particular cabinet door routing template for weeks and I located it today on the United States Patent and Trademark website. Publication # 03199556. The template was invented by Albert L. Wing of Tempe AZ back in 1962. Let me tell you fellas this routing template jig works like a charm routing designs on cabinet door fronts. The problem I'm having is locating a vendor in order to purchase one. There are only two of these jigs in existence that I know of any neither Shop owner will part with them. One of the jig owners thinks that his was purchased from a vendor in North Carolina but he's not sure. Any info you guys have on this Routing Template Jig will be greatly appreciated. I am desperate to locate one and purchase it. Thanks!
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What does the template do ...? What patters are you able to cut...? any pics of your required material what have you done in the past.../
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Can you give us the url link to the reference you listed (Publication # 03199556), or any pictures/descriptions/manufacture/part no./reference???????

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Thanks for the reply. We outsource all our cabinet doors since it is not economical to build them in house. Currently we can only offer our customers a plain slab front door other than the outsourced doors. With this adjustable routing template you can rout a groove on the front side of the door and also rout a design in each corner giving the customer something other than a plain slab door. Gentlemen this is a great jig! I just can't understand why it is so hard to locate. I know I'm not the only cabinet shop owner who needs this jig, every cabinet shop owner I know outsources their doors. I was only able to locate the jig with the patent number that was stamped on it. The web address is:
http://patimg2.uspto.gov/.piw?Docid...ey=F753283E5757
Copy and Paste this address to your Web Browser. When you get to the page it will probrably give you the message it has timed out and you must click on FULL TEXT which is located in the blue area on the upper left side of the page. You will then need to click on the box IMAGES when you get redirected to the next page it will then direct you to the drawing. Thank you.
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It does look like an interesting design but I have never seen one....... Do you think a major company picked this up or do you think the Albert just made some of his own to sell? I tried to look up his name but didn't see any that sounds like it is related to this item.

Did you ever check e-bay?

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Followed your instructions, but when I get to the blue area click on full text it takes me to all the methods of searching for patent numbers or applying for patents.
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Copy and Paste this address to your Web Browser. When you get to the page it will probrably give you the message it has timed out and you must click on FULL TEXT which is located in the blue area on the upper left side of the page. You will then need to click on the box IMAGES when you get redirected to the next page it will then direct you to the drawing. Thank you.[/QUOTE]
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hi guys new to the forum. Lets get down to business. I have been searching for this particular cabinet door routing template for weeks and i located it today on the united states patent and trademark website. Publication # 03199556. The template was invented by albert l. Wing of tempe az back in 1962. Let me tell you fellas this routing template jig works like a charm routing designs on cabinet door fronts. The problem i'm having is locating a vendor in order to purchase one. There are only two of these jigs in existence that i know of any neither shop owner will part with them. One of the jig owners thinks that his was purchased from a vendor in north carolina but he's not sure. Any info you guys have on this routing template jig will be greatly appreciated. I am desperate to locate one and purchase it. Thanks!

hi i have the template your looking for its a wing m-100 for sale contact me at storagehunters[@]cox(dot)net thanks james

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Welcome to the forum James.
Please check the dates of posts. That thread is more than 3 years old. Probably has been taken care of by now.

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I have a late 1960's M-100 in the original case along with the original instructions and replacement and optional parts list with pricing that is effective from Nov 1, 1968. Just wondering if it has any value or does anyone need one. You can email me directly at [email protected]
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I have one of the orginal ones with the three different corners, let me know if your interested and what your willing to pay.
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