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Harry, you are always referring to your ski routing setup. I decided to make a set myself, BUT, I seem to be having trouble moving them around the table. I don't know what I did wrong, but maybe you or Bj can figure it out from the photos. I wood appreciate all the help I can get.




PS: Harry, see I have been busy in the shop.



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Dave they look great as long as you have a long enough table and a not to much side to side work. Make sure I get a photo shoot from you first project. And don't for get to make sure you get all the blood pics in there to. Hope your insurance is paid up. Good Gag Dave.

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Now that is clasic Dr Z, that is tops!!!

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Hey Doc,

I see the problem, not enough wax on the skis themselves.....

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Hi Dave

They are looking great,,,,,, But!

I suggest a lake with a hill to make the motion smoother,,,, or packed snow on the table.

One must use what they have at hand and I think I will build mine with 2 of Scott's "snowboards",,,,, I want mine motorized, and with steering. Har, Har,,, More power.

You seemed to have stumped Bj and Harry,,,,, silence is golden,,,,, Huh!

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Dave;
I think you need a project.

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Dave my friend, I'm proud of you, not only as a comedian, but because you have actually shifted all your machine tools into your shop, PLUS you have made what looks like a workable set of router skis, they aren't anywhere near as good as you are capable of making but I'm sure they will allow you to carry out a number of ski projects.
So my friend, we are ALL waiting to see your first project in a long time, I'll once again remind members that you are skilled with wood and metal and not just at sitting reading your library of dictionaries!

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YUK YUK! Good one, Dave!!!!

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Now Dave..... I think this one qualifies for the best laugh of 2009

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Hi Dave

You CRACK ME UP


By the way I sure like your new paint job on the floor,,go on Dave share more snapshots of your shop,now that I know you have cam. I'm going to bug you ..the ball is in your court..

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" but maybe you or Bj can figure it out from the photos."

I think I found your error,,you forgot to add the chair/bench and the ropes you need to steer it with..
did you forget your old sled when you where a kid.. you need a rope..

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Harry, you are always referring to your ski routing setup. I decided to make a set myself, BUT, I seem to be having trouble moving them around the table. I don't know what I did wrong, but maybe you or Bj can figure it out from the photos. I wood appreciate all the help I can get.




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