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Thanks again to the info you guys provide on this forum. I built some skiis for my router and have been using it to plane some small boards for an accent table that I am building. I'll post some pictures when I can...
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Sounds great Jeremy. Harry has been working on the next video: Building a template box. This is the perfect item to use with your new ski jig.

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Pictures....or it didn't happen... <hehe>
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I like it made in the KISS way ,nice job

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I like it made in the KISS way ,nice job

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Thanks! Yes, very simple.
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Nice! I like KISS!

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Yeppers, this one is so simple and elegant a rock like me can digest it...

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Looks cool, but being new at this, I'm having a little trouble seeing the what problem it solves. I hope this does not come across as being critical, because that is not my intent at all; I am just trying to learn.
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It's just one way to keep the price down for woodworking projects that you want to make much of the lumber you get now days is not flat and true unless you put out big bucks for it or put out big bucks for tools to get it that way ( planer for just one of them) with the ski jig you can get the job done for a song.

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