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01-09-2013 03:50 PM
rwl7532
DVD for Incra Original Jig

My father gave me his Incra Jig - the original. Very old; gray in color not black.
I found the pdf manual online. (I'll be posting that soon in our manual section).

I had the bright idea to email Incra customer service. Since it was purchased prior to when the free DVD was included, they are mailing me the DVD for free.

Thank you, Incra!!
01-21-2012 07:47 AM
bobj3 bump

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01-19-2012 10:01 AM
bobj3 Hi Mike

See below

Amazon.com: Incra Jig, Fence, Stop Block & Right Angle Fixture Combo Package: Home Improvement

Product Description
From the Manufacturer

The original Incra Jig is back! Even the novice woodworker can produce beautiful joinery on the router table.
Easily create joints such as dovetails, box and double dovetails with precision.

Comes with FREE 1-hour instructional DVD and joint-making templates ($19.99 Value) Combo package includes fence, stop block and right angle fixture. Shown with Rockler Offset Router Table (sold separately)

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http://www.amazon.com/Incra-IJ32-Ori...ref=pd_cp_hi_0

Product Description
From the Manufacturer

The FREE 1-hour instructional DVD covers basic setups, user-made fixtures and accessories, and several typical router table applications.

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http://www.amazon.com/IJ32FNCSYS-Ori..._bxgy_hi_img_b

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01-18-2012 09:03 PM
Mike After looking at the photos on Rockler and Incra's web sites I see where the confusion lies. Rockler is selling the Original Incra jig with the DVD. This is a different animal than the Ultra Lite.
01-18-2012 07:54 PM
bobj3 Hi

I must have got part number 22221 from Rockler it's listed at over 105.oo bucks now and the Ulta Lite is listed for about 70.oo bucks and it will not come with the push block and one or two extra parts .but it did come with the DVD maybe the extra cost covered the DVD as well...and I did get it for 59.oo bucks on sale from Rockler on a closed out sale..was trying to recall the date and it had to be a year or two ago..going by the pictures above


Just for kicks I just called Rockler in Denver just now and they have two on hand and the lower price one comes with the DVD. part number is 25971 , he was not sure about the higher price one they don't have them on hand and it would take about 10 days to get it.. on sale for 61.oo I must have luck out because I did get the push block as well

303-782-0588 Denver number.

Incra Universal Precision Positioning Jig - Rockler Woodworking Tools


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Originally Posted by Mike View Post
I just got off the phone with Mark at Incra. Mark told me the LS comes with the video as BJ stated. In order to reduce costs on the Ulta Lite system the video is not included with it. The operation of the Ultra Lite is slightly different from the LS but the video gives enough information that most people should have no problem with it. Owners are welcome to call Incra with any questions and they will be happy to assist.


01-18-2012 07:31 PM
bobj3 Hi

see next post


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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mike View Post
I just got off the phone with Mark at Incra. Mark told me the LS comes with the video as BJ stated. In order to reduce costs on the Ulta Lite system the video is not included with it. The operation of the Ultra Lite is slightly different from the LS but the video gives enough information that most people should have no problem with it. Owners are welcome to call Incra with any questions and they will be happy to assist.


01-18-2012 06:29 PM
Rd2nowr Thanks mike. I'm off for the next couple of days, so I might give them a call.
01-18-2012 04:27 PM
Mike I just got off the phone with Mark at Incra. Mark told me the LS comes with the video as BJ stated. In order to reduce costs on the Ulta Lite system the video is not included with it. The operation of the Ultra Lite is slightly different from the LS but the video gives enough information that most people should have no problem with it. Owners are welcome to call Incra with any questions and they will be happy to assist.
01-16-2012 11:28 PM
Rd2nowr I just finished my first box with a sliding lid. I have really got to get some better dovetail bits. I have some slight gaps in the dovetails, but I used a trick I learned from woodturning and used CA and saw dust to make them disapear. I originally got my Incra 100HD and the ultra lite to do segmented turning, but I am really having alot of fun building these boxes. I started turning last Christmas and have made enough from my bowls to pay off my lathe. Everything else I have in the shop( my Garage) has been given to me. My old Craftsman Table and Bandsaw along with a Delta planer was gave to me by a couple of friends who had extras. My wife said I couldn't get another piece of equipment until we build a real shop. I appreciate all of ya'lls advice and expertise!
01-16-2012 10:26 PM
bobj3 Hi Guys

Thanks Guys

I though I maybe going nuts, I looked last night for the video and I could not find it and I was sure I got one and today I said I'm going to find it today and I did and posted a snapshot of it I wish others would also post if they got one too with the fixture ..

thanks again for your post

Note ++ See how to put in Thru-Dovetails with just one dovetail bit, neat trick. see it on the DVD disk..

http://www.routerforums.com/incra-ma...tml#post265803

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