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Tom that's my point you can do everything with no fiddling around with notches . Its the kiss keep it simple stupid. just use the segment jig for everything.
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Tom that's my point you can do everything with no fiddling around with notches . Its the kiss keep it simple stupid. just use the segment jig for everything.
... with both of them, you SET it for what you want without anything else to think about, except the slotted bar... and that's not too hard to do...

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... with both of them, you SET it for what you want without anything else to think about, except the slotted bar... and that's not too hard to do...

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As the Russian comedian Yakov Smirnoff said, "What a country!" You can buy one, or you can buy two. It's completely our choice.
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It is the bees knees here are some pictures. These are the wheels and hubs and steering wheel . The other big wheels is cut but I haven't taped it up yet. This for another tractor planter and wagon. Its sold just have to finish.
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While you guys are debating how to calculate it and how to set a miter gauge to 3 odd decimal points, I have set the gauge,cut the materials and have it glued up,now reading this on my break.

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It is the bees knees here are some pictures. These are the wheels and hubs and steering wheel . The other big wheels is cut but I haven't taped it up yet. This for another tractor planter and wagon. Its sold just have to finish.
Those looks so GOOD!

Are you going to Dowel from the center of each Hub segment to the center of each Main wheel segment and glue it all up at that point?

Then round-off the outside?

Are you going to put a bicycle tire on it?


Looks COOL...

Thank you for post... This is great!

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Forgot the pictures;
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@roofner I like the look of those wheels. I guess you could route a groove on the inside of each segment, cut a central hub with a matching groove, then use sticks the size of the groove and make a spoked wheel. That's not far from how buggy and wagon wheels used to be made, then and iron ring wrapped around that. Might be overkill. You seem to be selling a lot of these with the segmented shape. Why mess with success.

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Those are FANTASTIC!!

Did you route the design before you cut the segments?

Really COOL!

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Those are FANTASTIC!!

Did you route the design before you cut the segments?

Really COOL!

Thank you!
Yes I did, on the last picture I didn't. The reason was that I came back after a few days and started cutting and completely forgot to cut the step rabbet on the TS until I was half way through, so just kept going. I will have to route them now.
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