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Some time ago I stumbled across a few pages of a magazine named "Router." One of it's featured writers was a fellow named Jack Cox. I got his book but it didn't have what I'm looking for. Do you have old copies of Routing that could be digitized. Some of the projects I've seen are quite spectacular. I'm specifically looking for articles on creating decorative battens. These are "carvings" that are just applied to a surface to give visual relief. One produces them by using the index jig with a pivot frame. Any help would be appreciated.

I think Trend might have been involved but I cannot be sure.

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I bought one magazine, about fifteen years ago! I never through out woodworking magazins, so I know there is one someware! I will try to remember to look through the magazine library ,but nothing promiced. I didn't index it. Pin in the haystack type problem. I seen them at Barnes & Noble. They may be on the net, if that helps.

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I bought one magazine, about fifteen years ago! I never through out woodworking magazins, so I know there is one someware! I will try to remember to look through the magazine library ,but nothing promiced. I didn't index it. Pin in the haystack type problem. I seen them at Barnes & Noble. They may be on the net, if that helps.
Hi Howard:

Thanks for the reply. I've only seen a few scanned pages. Here's the one that's got my wife all abuzz. I'm looking for the method that Jack Cox used to produce this.
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I know I don't have that one! Sorry for the delay! Some days are better than others, My leg that had the blodclot gets to swollen to get downstairs!

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I know I don't have that one! Sorry for the delay! Some days are better than others, My leg that had the blodclot gets to swollen to get downstairs!
Hi Howard:

Thanks for looking. My, isn't it incredible the way old age creeps up on you like a runaway train?

However, I would still enjoy seeing what you have when you're able.

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