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I'm looking for copies of the old British magazine "Routing." I have a few pages, just enough to tease but not enough to inform. I'm specifically looking for articles by Jack Cox. I have his book but everything I'm looking for isn't in the book.

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I don't know if this helps, but I was looking for a source on the net, and ran into this:Micro Fence - Precision tools for the discerning craftsman It seems that the magazine is written by this company. There is a lot of information on this place, but it doesn't seem to get into the fancy cutting that You are looking for. I thought I would pass it on just for the information.

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Hi Howard:

Thanks for taking the time to look.

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I don't know if this helps, but I was looking for a source on the net, and ran into this:Micro Fence - Precision tools for the discerning craftsman It seems that the magazine is written by this company. There is a lot of information on this place, but it doesn't seem to get into the fancy cutting that You are looking for. I thought I would pass it on just for the information.
I went to the site and they have some interesting stuff, but, alas, not the ticket. The picture I posted was of work done by Jack Cox using the Trend Pivot Frame. I've sent a message to Trend but I don't expect a reply. I asked for digitized copies of old issues and that's asking a lot of any organization.

That said, that Micro Fence site has some interesting high-calibre versions of common jigs. If someone were to make those in-house, that would be a good starting point for a collection of jigs and fixtures.

Thanks I'm going to bookmark that one for future reference. Maybe a book on jigs ;-)

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