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i am looking for any projects that i may undertake using my new wood thread making kit thanks jm
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Hi John,

Attached is a image copied from a furniture magazine.
It is an all metal "scissor table".
My idea is to make it out of oak or birch, including the threaded rod under the table. Should be interesting.
A wood thread of at least 1-1/4 inch diameter would probably be strong enough.

What size of thread are you currently planning to use?
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Hi John, and welcome. As for your thread making jig, look around your house, at friends places, stores you frequent, and make sure you go to a furniture store or two. Where do you see an aplication for for what you can make with your jig? Be creative, within reason, how can you include what you can make into something else in a way that would make it more functional, or simpler, or more interesting? Or is there a stand alone aplication for it, you've purchased the jig, did you have a use for it in mind before you bought it? Can you expound on that use?

I wish you the best, please let us know how it works out and what you have made. Please include photos too!

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JOhn, meet Decodrew! http://www.routerforums.com/jigs-fix...roduction.html I'm sure he'd be interested to learn about your new tool.

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Mike satin has a place of honor for you. LOL

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