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this might be my next project
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Neat design Bob. I invited the creator to come join us.
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Very well thought out and constructed. Excellent.

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Neat design Bob. I invited the creator to come join us.
you might have a problem inviting this one. But you can trust the Germans to make things complicated (lol)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=20&v=jwUFpq30MqQ

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Pretty cool. I did think, after all that engineering, that a person should not have to reach around the back of the table to turn it off.

Now to figure out why I would need such a thing. I'm sure someday I'll wish I had paid better attention.

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Very well thought out and constructed. Excellent.
that it is...
nice job on the splines too...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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you might have a problem inviting this one. But you can trust the Germans to make things complicated (lol)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=20&v=jwUFpq30MqQ

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that is an understatement...

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Considering that you can do just about anything on the MLCS horizontal router table with the tilting top($200) and a plunge router with a dust collection adapter the German table seems a bit abstract.
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Pretty cool. I did think, after all that engineering, that a person should not have to reach around the back of the table to turn it off.

Now to figure out why I would need such a thing. I'm sure someday I'll wish I had paid better attention.
cheat...
use a bird's mouth bit...

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Considering that you can do just about anything on the MLCS horizontal router table with the tilting top($200) and a plunge router with a dust collection adapter the German table seems a bit abstract.
amazing, I've spent hours researching tables on you tube, and never seen this one.
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