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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-14-2014, 07:36 AM Thread Starter
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Yesterday I started a thread that I need to apologize for and hope that I can be forgiven for. It is the one about asking if anyone can follow my logic. I said some things that were not very becoming of myself.

I had just hit on a concept that would allow me to get around a problem that I have due my limited vision and was actually excited about having hit on an idea that I think will work well for me. That's enough explanation about that as it is a personal issue.

However, other things that I said about attempting to get response were completely out of line and it is for that remark that I am asking for forgiveness, what I said is not true and was said just because of the mood that I was in at the time regard to the issue of finding a way to set up for the miter lock bit matter. I truly am sorry for saying what I said.

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I found nothing offensive in your post, at all.

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Lmao quit apologizing Jerry . I'm getting concerned about you

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Lmao quit apologizing Jerry . I'm getting concerned about you

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You should be, so am I.

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I found nothing offensive in your post, at all.
Me either Jerry. I didn't reply because I didn't iquite understand what you asking on first reading and didn't have time to go back over it. Your vision problem creates special challenges for you that the rest of us don't have so I always consider that when you post questions Jerry.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.

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I believe our forum guide lines were not violated. Your idiosyncrasies are welcome as are mine on the forum

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No offense taken, Jerry. Since I don't have any of the equipment you were talking about, it was a bit over my head anyway.
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[QUOTE=chessnut2;398579]No offense taken, Jerry. Since I don't have any of the equipment you were talking about, it was a bit over my head anyway.[/QUOTE




I need emphasize again that the apology is regard to my saying that I sometimes start threads just to see what kind of responses I will get, in other words put out bait soto speak for the fun of it, I wish that I had never said that.

The part about how to do the set up for a miter lock bit was not that type of thread.

I was dead serious about my realization that with the equipment and understanding of what is going on would give me the ability to do a set up simply by doing the math.

The reason for my elation was due to my discovery that I now do not need to be able to see, like a normal person, to do the set up using the Infinity Set Up Gauge. Previously I had struggled with the gauge because I can't see the lines from the distance that a person has to be from the gauge to use it.

My present challenge is making and using a jig for cutting precise recesses for very small hinges for small boxes. The hinges are .750" x 5/8" including both leafs and the barrel. I have the jig made as far as the size of the hole for the router to cut the recesses for the lid and the box for one hinge at the same time, just being able to attach the jig to the workpieces so that the routing can be done is what I'm working on now.

I suspect that the way to do this is very simple for the folks have already have figured it out, but I'm not part of that crowd yet. I'm not asking for help, just talking about my present endeavor.



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Jerry I participated in your thread and I certainly didn't find it to be offensive. Don't worry so much...it's not healthy.
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