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  1. Jigs and Fixtures
    Hi All, I am building a router coping sled and revising my table saw sled. After doing some reasearch, I saw that Infinity Tools' coping sled has "Non-slip paper" on it. (At least that's what the picture states). But, I've been unable to locate any. I use a non-slip mat, but I'm not familiar...
  2. Show N' Tell
    hi all this is my version of the john nixon supersled. i already had the sled built a while ago, but when i saw his video of his sled i thought i would add a few things to it as he had done, etc; stop blocks, mitre guides and the tenon jig that works with it. its nowhere near as good as his one...
  3. Router Bits - Types and Usage
    I have a requirement to clean up some slabs I have that are about 2' across. In the past I have used 3/4" straight bits and this has worked adequately however I have started to look at the bottom cleaning bits to see if they can make the work faster and cleaner. I am looking for peoples...
  4. Jigs and Fixtures
    I need to insert matching sliding dovetailed vertical dividers in two 4" openings. The dividers are to be centered in the horizontal drawer openings. In making the shallow dovetail tails I thought that I saw a router jig (sled?) that would provide the support and side to side precision needed...
  5. Jigs and Fixtures
    Hi, Thought I would post this thanks - to Ron - All Thumbs great idea. I am using this to thickness a piece of rock maple,which came out great. It still needs a couple of mods,like the rails are too high and I need to come up with an idea to hold the stock down and firm. This piece has...
  6. New Member Introductions
    First time user of the forum. Am currently being frustrated by the lack of adequate coping jigs or sleds. I bought one from Rockler, but I think I should have bought the one with the tab that rides in the 3/4" slot for the miter gauge. I was scared off by the price. Doesn't it always go this...
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