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dear woodworkers i am ed jager from holland
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Hi Ed! I am new too, both to the forum and to woodworking. I am finding heaps of great information and I am about to start my first major project.

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Welcome Ed. Whereabouts in Holland are you?

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Hi Sharon and Ed:

You will find that this is truly an international forum. If there is something that you don't understand, we'll try to make sure you understand. We're discovering that the Google translator can be useful. We have some people who are french speaking and it's working well enough for them to communicate, which, after all, is the ultimate goal.

U zult zien dat dit is werkelijk een internationaal forum. Als er iets is dat je niet begrijpt, proberen we, om zeker te begrijpen. We ontdekken dat de Google vertaler kan nuttig zijn. We hebben een aantal mensen die frans spreken en het werkt goed genoeg voor hen te communiceren, die immers het uiteindelijke doel.

However, Sharon, before you think we're sexist, we are proud to have ladies as moderators on this forum. And, no, it doesn't reduce the "maleness thing" but it does put an air of civility in the conversations. And, yes, they are routerologists.

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Hello Ed: Glad to say hi to you, I live in holland Mi, and i live about 2 miles from some other jager's You will find this to be a very friendly forum, so welcome! Holland, Michigan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Welcome to you both! Glad to have you join us. Sharon if you need any help with that project jump right in and ask. We're a very friendly helpful bunch

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Hello Ed, and welcome to the community of woodworkers (predominately routers). Glad to have you join.




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Greetings Ed and welcome to the router forum. Thank you for joining us.

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Hi Ed! I am new too, both to the forum and to woodworking. I am finding heaps of great information and I am about to start my first major project.

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Hi Ed and Shaz Welcome to the forum; there are many here who can assist you getting what you want to do with a router. Just a reminder; there is more that can be achieved when the router is held in the plunge mode, with the aid of template guides. Check out the material below.
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