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Someone was looking for a lathe jig to put in flutes on the router table, here's two ..


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Saving that one Bob and thanks. Neat jig.

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This would be great for a plant stand etc. I wonder if this could be used while putting it the mortices for like a candle stand legs.

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Someone was looking for a lathe jig to put in flutes on the router table, here's two ..


http://woodstore.net/routtabturfa.html

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Reminds me of Bob R's jig for the show on a small Writing Desk, with a curved top section... where the jig was almost exactly like this one which was used to smooth the curved top. The same jig can be modified to lots of things! ... even Rosettes!

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Hi Corey

I don't see why not with the bit below it should work great for that job.



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This would be great for a plant stand etc. I wonder if this could be used while putting it the mortices for like a candle stand legs.

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That jig, with simple variations, could be used for many other projects... One only only has to use their imagination.

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That's exactly the bit set I had in mind Bob.

Btw Bob, off topic here but but since we are talking MLCS, I see they have a mini panel/rail and stile set and it's only 49.99 I think I will get that one and give it a shot!

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Hi Corey

You know I like MLCS BUT take a hard look at the bit set below

Junior Raised Panel Set
http://www.sommerfeldtools.com/list.asp?d=86&p=1
Free shipping also ..

It's a bit more in price but I think I know what you want to use them 4

When you get the DVD you will see why I suggest this set for you..

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http://cgi.ebay.com/3pc-12-w-Backcut...QQcmdZViewItem

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Btw Bob, off topic here but but since we are talking MLCS, I see they have a mini panel/rail and stile set and it's only 49.99 I think I will get that one and give it a shot!

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Got yah Bob, that is what caught my eye on the MLCS set was the price Will let you know when it arrives.

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"Man's" ingenuity never ceases to amaze me, that's one very clever jig Bj, thanks for posting it. I'm still considering buying a lathe but it would probably mean paying someone to look after the gardens because I wouldn't have time and that would make it a very expensive hobby. I know Bj. you're about to remind me that shrouds don't have pockets!

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