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I have quite a few pcs of router jigs & accessories for sale from Oak Park Enterprises (from Manitoba). They are all brand new, although I bought them yrs ago. I have them listed in Ontario on Kijiji.com but of course I could forward pics to anyone interested. I've included the files below - beside each selection there is a small note detailing what is being offered in that pic, the product codes & the original cost.
 

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David since you've been here for going on 9 years you should know by now that members are more likely to buy from you if you fill out your profile, at least to so some extent.
 

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Some of the younger generation may not have heard of Oak Park Enterprises and so if there are some you tubes or video clips on the products you have listed it might help entice buyer's as well?
A description of what each does as I think someone else also mentioned would help.


thoughts?

Kind regards,

Tim of ZWW&S
 

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Seems to have a good profile today....

Some of those jigs look interesting, I could see a better description...

PS,,, Bob has probably passed by now, but has anyone heard from Rick, recently....They were the reason I joined the forum a few Moons ago...

Still go over their TV shows every now and then...
 
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I have a several of the same Oak Park jigs and emailed them for help identifying the various pieces some months ago. I called afterwards and they were just winding down their business.

Looks like they were ahead of the curve in terms of online profile etc, but have heard good things about those guys.

One of these days I'll figure out what to do with these jigs and the two tools.
 

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I have a several of the same Oak Park jigs and emailed them for help identifying the various pieces some months ago. I called afterwards and they were just winding down their business.

Looks like they were ahead of the curve in terms of online profile etc, but have heard good things about those guys.

One of these days I'll figure out what to do with these jigs and the two tools.

I am not sure the last 2 tools are from Oak Park? Never saw them used in any of the videos.


I will see if I can locate the videos for the other jigs. Very easy to use. Wish i had a couple of them....
 

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The second picture (below the plate) is what they used for box joints.
A very simple, useful jig it is. The shots show the first time that I used mine.
 

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If it helps any....the jig in the last photo was definitely not an Oak Park jig. Rockler now sells a blue version of it. It is a small parts holder for use on router tables and table saws. It also has the angled bar on it's side to allow it to ride against a fence when angled cuts are needed.

I have one of the yellow ones. I don't remember where I bought it, but it has proven to be great for holding small parts to keep your fingers and hands safely away from the cutting point. I added some 80 grit sticky back sand paper to the part holding surfaces, but that is the only improvement that I've made to it. A 2 screw wooden clamp makes a good alternative to this for those on a tight budget, but this jig can be used for a few more holding purposes than the 2 screw clamps can.

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Everything in the pictures! I'm not sure how this forum works, so you can use my email address if you want.
 
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