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  1. General Routing
    Today I was asked how thick is the material I use in my decorative inlays. The answer to that depends on what it is you are building. If you're adding something like AmbersBear to a kids toy chest than I would suggest using inlay material around 1/8" thick. You can use thicker inlay...
  2. Jigs and Fixtures
    I'm in the process of filming how to build five unique Christmas Ornaments using the EZInlays Christmas OrnamentEZ kit. I guess I should follow my own instructions because the first two cuts I made I used the wrong template!!! :jester: I drew out all of the patterns on the inlay material...
  3. New Member Introductions
    Hello fellow woodworkers. My name is Kurtis. I've first started playing with wood when I was in the 7th grade, took a few decades off, and got back into it about a decade ago now. A few years ago I was building a doll bed for my Mom because she has a pristine doll that use to belong to her...
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hi - I've got a small shop and like to build items like boxes and cutting boards. Most of what I build is embellished with inlay work, (for ex:cheeseboards with typical cheese shapes inlaid). I am interested in learning more about inlay techniques and am contemplating building a CNC setup to...
  5. Guide Bushings and Templates
    I am using the porter cable style router bushing set and am new to inlays and how to figure out how to rout a 3" relief in a table top for a 3" diameter inlay. I'm sure the first piece of business is to make a female template then use that and the proper bushing to route the relief but the math...
  6. New Member Introductions
    i would like to try inlay work using template guides with down-cutting spiral cutters. i have a set of brass template guides and several size carbide cutters. what are the combinations of cutters and guides to use for inlay work using shop made acrylic templates?
  7. The Finishing Touch
    hi guys. another question. just want to know if anyone has info on doing wood inlays, specifically with dust. thanks :)
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