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  1. New Member Introductions
    Hi everyone. I am retired to France for the last 6 years from the UK. I bought a router some 10 years ago to make some collapsible plant containers for my Son in-law who had a job landscaping Dover docks. As there was no soil in the Docks everything had to be in boxes. After I had agreed to make...
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    Hello! I'm a 40 year old CPA from Portugal and I've started woodworking recently, as a hobby. I find it relaxing to work with wood and it's very fulfilling to watch something that I made. One of my starting projects is a box to accommodate my wood panels until I find a new project for them...
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    Hi everyone I'm new here and i wanna say HELLO from Australia to all, my name is I do have one question. Does anyone know how to build a dovetail jig for a router table ? Ricardo I'm Argentinian, but I've been here for more than 20 years so I'm Aussie too. Thanks in advance to anyone who...
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    Hi There, My name is Leon and an absolute beginner in router technics. Just want to ask how I can plane larger surfaces with a router and a jig. Somebody can give me a tip or tric? By the way I'm Dutch so excuse my poor English.
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    Jigs for routing are of lots interest to me. Am comparing a few commercial jigs and some posted on the net to do with plunge mortising. To carry a freehand router of mid size, am considering two jigs, one with lighting and cross hair lasers. Ideally believe it would be good if either jig...
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