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Is there a way to download this small video clips? Like the one on using the box joint jig?

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Not sure if your supposed to download the clips or not - but - if you have RealPlayer - you can click on the clip at the very end - and record the clip. I have tried this numerous time but have only been able to record two clips for whatever reason. You might give it a try - or purchase their CD's.

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Hi SB

Well yes and no ,,,

Below you will see some links, one is for box joints...

If you click on the URL it will popup the show and tell, once you see it on your computer , go to your desktop and make a new folder called box joints or RWS with a sub folder in the new folder called box joints, you can do that for all the URL's I have posted, just make a new sub folder for each one b/4 you select Save As..

Once you have that done,goto the top Menu and select File, then select Save Page As or Save As, this will put all the files to the URL on your PC in the new folder you just made called box joints...

Then when you want to view it just click on the HTML file in that folder..and it should popup...


http://www.routerworkshop.com/boxjoints.html

http://routerworkshop.com/stairmarkers.html

http://routerworkshop.com/qalegfixture.html

http://routerworkshop.com/drawertip.html

http://routerworkshop.com/doweljig.html

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I must be doing something wrong. I tried that and it leads me to a the Oak Park section on making box joints, but it isn't a video.

I like the real player idea.

Do the DVDs cover this? I might just buy one or two of those.

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Hi SB

Well yes and no ,,,

Below you will see some links, one is for box joints...

If you click on the URL it will popup the show and tell, once you see it on your computer , go to your desktop and make a new folder called box joints or RWS with a sub folder in the new folder called box joints, you can do that for all the URL's I have posted, just make a new sub folder for each one b/4 you select Save As..

Once you have that done,goto the top Menu and select File, then select Save Page As or Save As, this will put all the files to the URL on your PC in the new folder you just made called box joints...

Then when you want to view it just click on the HTML file in that folder..and it should popup...


http://www.routerworkshop.com/boxjoints.html

http://routerworkshop.com/stairmarkers.html

http://routerworkshop.com/qalegfixture.html

http://routerworkshop.com/drawertip.html

http://routerworkshop.com/doweljig.html

Should look like the snapshots below


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Hi SB

Add on Note

If you want to put the show and tells on a CD besure to put all the files in each folder on the cd RW disk in that way you can add to the cd..and remove the folder from the desktop...


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I must be doing something wrong. I tried that and it leads me to a the Oak Park section on making box joints, but it isn't a video.

I like the real player idea.

Do the DVDs cover this? I might just buy one or two of those.

Thanks

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HI SB

Hey don't give away videos they sell them that's why you can't download them unless you see them on the woodworking channel ....

But the show and tell HTML should help...
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I must be doing something wrong. I tried that and it leads me to a the Oak Park section on making box joints, but it isn't a video.

I like the real player idea.

Do the DVDs cover this? I might just buy one or two of those.

Thanks

Steve Bolton



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