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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-10-2008, 07:50 PM Thread Starter
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Default The great router forum sign-up day?

Yesterday after logging in I hit the new post button to fill the screen with polls and today it is all new folks signing on. Not that this is bad, but there seems to be a huge lack of actual topics. Have you all reached the zenith of routing? (I know I haven't being somewhat routerly challenged.)
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We sent out a newsletter to the community this is the typical response for such an occasion.

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We are always working on ways to improve the forums. You will see more changes in the near future. We depend on our members to be active and post photos of their projects showing any tips learned along the way. We also need to know about problems since as a group we can generate solutions. Perhaps more of these new members will be active in posting. I will be posting a couple of easy projects soon, along with needed information so members can complete them. Have you tried building any of the projects you have seen on the forums?

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Thanks for the move Mark.
Unfortunately I build very few actual projects. The little time I am allowed to spend in the garage usually goes to making or tuning jigs and other shop support.

Im going to start making some of the shop knobs as I just picked up T nuts and carriage bolts at the supply house. My tablesaw sled is receiving much needed additions. I also just finished a jounter/guidefence for the tablesaw mounted router.
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