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Thought I would stop by and tell you about my stair jig invention. I love to talk about it. The tool is pretty awesome.
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Please do I would love to hear about and see a picture of it..

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Thought I would stop by and tell you about my stair jig invention. I love to talk about it. The tool is pretty awesome.
If you intend to sell it it will need to be - there are already a number of well designed, durable, easy-to use designs out there in use by professional woodworkers. What's so special about yours?

If your product is this one could you explain why it is so expensive?

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The jig looks very much like an aluminum copy of Bob Rosendahls stair jig to me.

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This one is easy to use and accurate. No nee to eyeball and guess. By the way we have lowered the price, check theultimatestairjig out
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"Easy to use and accurate" sums up about 70% of the jigs I've ever used. Still don't see a killer feature there

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