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Another great design and build from woodgears.ca

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bought the design on monday when he put it up. very simple but i think it is even better than his other router lift.

his stuff is awesome. built the screw advanced box joint jig, very sweet. almost done the bandsaw, used it last night to cut the trunions for it.

if anyone is on the fence about buying his designs, they are definately worth the meager dollars he charges.
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Let's jump in the time machine and go back to 2006 when Woodcraft posted an excerpt from one of Patrick Spielman's books about a tilting router table.
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Each to their own I guess, but the wood gears one seems a lot more versatile.
Moving the orientation of the fence allows tilt in different directions.
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wow i didnt expect bitterness about someones creativity here of all places.
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I subscribe to his Youtube channel & he certainly is talented in building shop machinery.

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I could not see any "bitterness" in the above posts. Just some people expressing their own opinion. Isn't that freedom of speech????

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I'll guess that Bob is in His shop building one now, or His is already finished!

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