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Where can I find patters for a spirocraft or has anyone used this and how did you like them?

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You may want to check out the links below.
They may know.

http://routerforums.com/showthread.php?t=571
http://routerforums.com/showpost.php?p=6411&postcount=8

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Hi,

Are you looking for more then the ones that come with the set? I added the 1208 inlay kit which give you a few more options as patterns or to use for inlays.

I have yet to make my own but I did think about it.... Might be a fun project someday.

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Hi Danny,

Like was mentioned above this is pretty much the same as a spirograph kit when you were a kid. The unit I got was from Milescraft http://www.milescraft.com/rotary.html

It has a pretty cheezy plunge base for a Dremel (or King Tool I found out) rotary tool that make it into a "micro router". It works well and has a short learning curve. The price alone ought to tell you that this is NOT a production based unit but is still just fine for the hobbyist.

I hope that helps you (with) a bit.
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FYI: The 6" base plate will not fit some routers such as the Bosch 1617 that I have. I also have the inlay kit which comes with a 7" base plate, and will fit this particular router anyway.
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You may want to check out the
3D Router Carver System, it's not cheap but it works great
You can buy just the template(s) and the bit...
You can get a free catalog from
http://www.sommerfeldtools.com
Sommerfeld tools DON't sale the system, CMT disributors item only.
It will show all the templates,many,many of them .
It will put spirocrafts to shame ...

see links below for sales and How To

http://www.jacquescoulombe.com/cmt04.htm

http://www.woodshopdemos.com/cmt-3d-7.htm

http://tool-corral.com/shopsite_sc/s...ml/page99.html

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