AAARRRR!!! Torrents are for pirates. The link in the 1st post is compressed, that is why it's only 35 kb. You need a program like winrar to open it and place it on your computer, but then it's just a link to the torrent. Torrents, or bit torrents, are usually used for acquiring copyrighted material and you must have a torrent client(program) to download it. The way it works is someone uploads the file and people start downloading. Those that get the full file are "seeds" and those still downloading are "leaches". Leaches are uploading the bits they have, while downloading the bits they still need until they get the full file. A few years ago a former coworker stopped by with a trunkload of movies, most were still in the theater. I was interested in how this was possible and found all the info on the internet. I have no idea where the Omnijig video is, but the manual can be found here.
Thank you, Rusty.. Piracy is neither condoned nor permitted here. When a post is identified as containing pirated material or is a link to such it is deleted and the poster warned. A few have been permanently banned for repeatedly failing to heed this simple rule.
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could
be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
A forum community dedicated to router and woodworking professionals and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about different types of routing and routers, shop safety, finishing, woodworking related topics, styles, tools, scales, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!