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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 07-13-2011, 09:19 AM Thread Starter
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Made this a while back. Works like a charm. Enjoy the pics and glad to share. Used up some left over plywood, added some T-track, some miter/T-track combo track, some toggle clamps, extension wings and made some extra front top pieces that can have the proper angle put on them for those mortises that are done at an angle. Used it to make most of the mortises in this prototype pub chair.
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nice little set up. did you have any plans for building that, or is it your own design? I'd like to make something like that. I'm getting a little tired of using my mortise attachment on my drill press. it's time consuming and not that clean. though I don't mind cutting tenons on the table saw.
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I like the usefulness of that.


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Is there a way to view the pictures, like a click next button? It is annoying to have to click close to click the next one.
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Scroudt, this is my design. If you use Google Sketchup, I can send you the file. Drop me an email and you will have it in short order.

LinuxRandal, sorry about the pic hassle. I have seen some photos that have the next/previous buttons. I will have to research on how to do this for the next post. Thanks for the heads up.
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Scroudt, this is my design. If you use Google Sketchup, I can send you the file. Drop me an email and you will have it in short order.

LinuxRandal, sorry about the pic hassle. I have seen some photos that have the next/previous buttons. I will have to research on how to do this for the next post. Thanks for the heads up.
Hi Robert

I wouldn't mind seeing the Sketchup too. if I may?

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Scroudt, this is my design. If you use Google Sketchup, I can send you the file. Drop me an email and you will have it in short order.

LinuxRandal, sorry about the pic hassle. I have seen some photos that have the next/previous buttons. I will have to research on how to do this for the next post. Thanks for the heads up.
That would be great rihorky. And thank you very much. [email protected]
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Very nice jig! Congratulations!
I made one on the same principle, but yours has an aditional function (the slope of the front). Bravo!
I would be happy to have the SketchUp file.
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Its nice jig
I am newbie in this field

Just learning and hope to learn from you guys
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Hi,
Cracking jig you have there, mine is very simple and has limitations when clamping different sizes/thickness of stock, yours looks great.

Could you fire me the sketchup file too?
[email protected] couod you let me know when its sent and i will check so that it doesnt get thrown into my junk folder.

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Would it be okay to upload the file like you would a picture, and then anyone that wanted it could download it.

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