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06-06-2015 11:12 AM
DaninVan Router Forums - View Single Post - How to cut this (2.0) ?

06-06-2015 10:44 AM
Herb Stoops
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If the commentor wants to refer to a specific comment:
-on the far right of that comment, in white on grey, is a number eg. "4 of 12" plus the word 'permalink'.
-when you put your mouse pointer on it, it'll highlight.
-right click and select 'COPY LINK LOCATION'...left click
-paste that into your comment

That will now be specific to a single comment. (Although you can still scroll through the thread).
No reason you can't do multiple comments, each individually.

Hmmm, That is interesting,Dan. thanks.
06-06-2015 09:55 AM
DaninVan
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Originally Posted by Herb Stoops View Post
How do you find #12, it keeps going back to #1 on page 2?

Herb
If the commentor wants to refer to a specific comment:
-on the far right of that comment, in white on grey, is a number eg. "4 of 12" plus the word 'permalink'.
-when you put your mouse pointer on it, it'll highlight.
-right click and select 'COPY LINK LOCATION'...left click
-paste that into your comment

That will now be specific to a single comment. (Although you can still scroll through the thread).
No reason you can't do multiple comments, each individually.
06-06-2015 07:16 AM
gmercer_48083 Pablo, I am sure that before someone invented dado blades they experimented with stacking saw blades together.
06-06-2015 12:46 AM
Stick486
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Originally Posted by Herb Stoops View Post
How do you find #12, it keeps going back to #1 on page 2?

Herb
open the link and scroll down...
06-06-2015 12:22 AM
Herb Stoops
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Originally Posted by Stick486 View Post
How do you find #12, it keeps going back to #1 on page 2?

Herb
06-05-2015 11:29 PM
Stick486
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Originally Posted by Artemix View Post
I'm again trying to find the best way to cut something, attached is a picture that illustrates more or less what I want to cut (the notch).

The material is MDF, and the dimensions are 2" x 1/2" x 40". Sorry the scale is not accurate.

I've been doing this using my router table, but it is a pain in the ass, too much dust (difficult to collect dust when routing so far from the fence) everywhere and it takes too long. Also it's hard to get both ends perfectly straight.

Then I thought about using a jig saw, so I make the cut vertically sing a guide, I don't have a jig saw but since I already could use one for my thread "How to cut this", I think it is time for one.

Consider also that when you start messing with MDF in what I call the "dust area", it's easy to mess it up.

You tell me.
see post #4 and 12...

http://www.routerforums.com/general-...long-area.html
06-05-2015 08:07 PM
DaninVan "@Gary because our government has **** for brains. I think that's the right expression."
Your English is excellent, Pablo.
06-05-2015 03:29 PM
papasombre Hi, Pablo.
I saw a video of Pat Werner (AKA Quillman) showing this and other kinds of wooden joints using a router.
Here we also have the same kind of government.
03-20-2015 08:02 PM
projim Hi Pablo
For this kind of notch, I suggest you use a table saw with dado blades which will
give you an even cut with less saw dust.
Jamshed.
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