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just stopped by for some info on dovetail jigs. I appreciate any and all suggestions.

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Hi Burle,
Most of the jigs work, but almost all of the traditional jigs come with lousy instructions or none at all. The Oak Park and EZ system are quite different but I like them. They are very easy to master.
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Greetings Burle and welcome to the router forum.

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hey,fellas,

just stopped by for some info on dovetail jigs. I appreciate any and all suggestions.

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Hi Burle2:

Take a look at the thread for "Mike Wurm." I've temporarily posted an essay on dovetail jigs.

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