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11-19-2015 11:39 AM
DesertRatTom Man, what a great tutorial. I have been putting doors on shop cabinets lately and I think I'm going to do an inlay on the next one, a case for the router table stand. Should look great. This is the clearest presentation on inlays I've seen. Thanks again Phil.
11-19-2015 11:38 AM
PhilBa
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Originally Posted by aahwhatever2 View Post
Phil,

I am one of the few that asked how you did that. Thank you so much for such an "easy to understand" tutorial. You really inspire me to try some new things. Brilliant work and beautiful to boot!

Thank you!
Glad it meets your needs! Hope to see some of your stuff posted in show-n-tell...
11-19-2015 02:33 AM
aahwhatever2 Phil,

I am one of the few that asked how you did that. Thank you so much for such an "easy to understand" tutorial. You really inspire me to try some new things. Brilliant work and beautiful to boot!

Thank you!
11-18-2015 10:43 PM
MT Born Thanks for taking the time to share that Phil. I look forward to trying it!
11-18-2015 07:20 PM
Gaffboat An excellent tutorial, Phil. Thanks.
11-18-2015 05:40 PM
PhilBa
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Thank you very much for this tutorial. I am attempting to convert a large old oak silver chest into a jewelry box. It has a top lid that I want to inlay a marquetry border into, as well as a front drawer that I want to do the same. All this big idea while trying to get familiar with the Incra fence on the router table at the same time. Very tedious work.
I assume you have an LS positioner. I love mine! It makes set up a lot easier. Not to mention great for box joints and dovetails. It didn't take very much time for me to get it figured out.

A suggestion - make a test piece the same size as your top or front and try inlaying on that.
11-18-2015 02:13 PM
JeffInMonterey Thank you very much for this tutorial. I am attempting to convert a large old oak silver chest into a jewelry box. It has a top lid that I want to inlay a marquetry border into, as well as a front drawer that I want to do the same. All this big idea while trying to get familiar with the Incra fence on the router table at the same time. Very tedious work.
11-18-2015 01:10 PM
old coasty Great work Phil. Thanks for the detailed how to do it.
11-18-2015 11:38 AM
richjh Thanks for the detailed instructions.
11-18-2015 11:12 AM
Cherryville Chuck Nice job all around Phil.
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