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I stumbled across this article and thought of my friends and colleagues here on Router Forums. What do you guys and girls think of this? I subscribed to his channel just to see how it progresses.


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Dave post some more videos as he goes along it does seem a neat idea but far more than any normal person would want to make a box joint. N
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Thanks for the video, David. Anything seems possible today.

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Dave post some more videos as he goes along it does seem a neat idea but far more than any normal person would want to make a box joint. N
David.....I really like this! It appeals to my inner geek, and I have no choice but to admit that I'm not normal. A good example of hobbies colliding. Thanks.
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A little too automated for my taste...but enjoyed the video...thanks for sharing...

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He just made a CNC machine with limited capabilities. As long as he's having fun - that's what matters.

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Yes John, he really seemed to be having fun and was excited about his build. He explains everything very well. Since I know nothing about electronics, Ill stick to the old methods. But, it is cool.
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I enjoyed the video, but yeah, a lot of work and it's still manual!

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Pretty smart guy IMO . I think it's very interesting , but I think I'm staying old school on box joints.
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