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I everyone. I just found this website and I hope it will help. I would like to begin creating brass inlays for wood furniture. I have templates but have no idea where to begin. Can someone please guide me.
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Hello CHARLENE! Glad that you are here. I have never done inlay, so i am of no help. I will welcome you to the forum. You will find that we are not normally this quiet, but i, will be looking for some answers. You might do a search here on the forum, for the inlays. You will get a lot of responses if you talk about free hand routing Ect. Welcome!

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I everyone. I just found this website and I hope it will help. I would like to begin creating brass inlays for wood furniture. I have templates but have no idea where to begin. Can someone please guide me.
Thank you.
Welcome, Charlene! Glad you joined us. THIS LINK will take you to finewoodworking.com and a video on inlaying. This is just one of the many articles/videos that came up on a search for inlay. This is a very good site for info on any wood related endeavor. Hope this helps. Just click on the link above.

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Greetings Charlene and welcome to the router forum. Never tried a brass inlay, I will look forward to learning with you.

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