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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-01-2016, 10:09 AM Thread Starter
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Some might call this this impossible. But the router, makes it possible! Did I ever mention how much I love routers?

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Young man, I'm afraid that the hook is set deep, and you have been overcome by a passion that you will never shake. Your skill level and the clever use of jigs show that you are not brand new to the hobby. I attempted to make a wooden chain 20 years ago, but I didn't approach it with as much genius as you did. Excellent! Thanks for the video. Even an old dog can learn new tricks!
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Steve Ramsey did a vid a couple of years ago on making chain, very interesting.
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Outstanding, Kriss. I enjoyed your other videos, too. Nice use of humor. I was already familiar with your genius from your video about building a jig for making radius templates, and this just adds to my respect for you.
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For sure the boy has drive and some mighty expensive tools!
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Thanks for posting, Kriss, I always enjoy your videos and you have a unique way of thinking that is very refreshing. I hope the younger generations are as inspired by your ideas as I am.

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