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I received the jig for multiple sides, but not the simpler on for setting the cutting angle. They're getting a little overdue according to this string. Today perhaps?
Yep, hang in there... You will get the other one... Can you contact the Company, check status, etc.??
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I'll give it to Friday, then follow up on Monday. I understand that small companies like this one are generally unprepared for rapid, unexpected demand.
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I'll give it to Friday, then follow up on Monday. I understand that small companies like this one are generally unprepared for rapid, unexpected demand.
There is a very good chance that you will have it on or before Friday...

I expect to get mine thru Saturdays mail.

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This is what I have been looking for several of the projects that I build now. My flower tractor is one of my projects the big tractor wheels are xo hard to build. New project a whishing well. I may just buy the segment jig to start with and try on the whishing well.
This is why I love this sight simple things like this make a big difference.
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This is what I have been looking for several of the projects that I build now. My flower tractor is one of my projects the big tractor wheels are so hard to build. New project a whishing well. I may just buy the segment jig to start with and try on the whishing well.
This is why I love this site simple things like this make a big difference.
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Mine are due for delivery tomorrow (Friday). They are on the truck somewhere between Wilmington, CT and me. I guess I'll be sitting on the porch and waiting for Mr FedEx tomorrow. I've gone through several different fancy miter fences and haven't been truly happy with any of them. These should let me use the original and get the accuracy that I want. I can't wait until they get here.

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I know you're going to try them right away. Let us know if they're worth it.

More necessary accessories!!!!! Yay

Just gotta have these, dear.
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Would anyone who has one of these jigs and and an Incra miter gauge advise whether the adjusting mechanisms in the Incra miter bar fall within the length of the jig base? I'm guessing that the jig would work anyway if the side of the miter bar without the expansion points was pushed tight against the slot in the jig, but it would be better if the expansion point were inside the slot.

I'm pretty happy with the Incra miter gauge - a little care on the initial set-up and it gives very consistent 45 miter cuts, but I'm definitely interested in the jig for cutting segments.
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This is what I have been looking for several of the projects that I build now. My flower tractor is one of my projects the big tractor wheels are xo hard to build. New project a whishing well. I may just buy the segment jig to start with and try on the whishing well.
This is why I love this sight simple things like this make a big difference.
Very good!

I have a garden cart that needs NEW wheels & cannot buy them... Would put new life into a nice little garden hauler.

A wishing well sounds good too... I made a few wishing well small planters for indoors a few years ago. I used vertical slats glued & nailed to Base... was not nice & even... This would enable me to improve on the design A LOT!

Thank you for the ideas!

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I ordered now I am waiting.
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