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Just got a copy of the Whiteside Inlay Kit, have not used it yet, but have been looking at it and watching a you tube video on how to use it.

My question is to others that have and have used the kit. The bearing that is to be removed after cutting the recess for the inlay does not come off very easy at all, I got it off once with my fingers but can't get it off in that manner again. Oh, I'll get it off and will be careful to not mar it, but am wondering if others have run into the same problem or not.

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The concept works as expected, did my first inlay, didn't spend much time getting the template perfectly round, just wanted to try to see how the new router and inlay kit would work. Not very fancy, but am sure that I can do what ever I want to do with the set up now.

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Looking good Jerry
( that collar has to be tight would not want it to fall off would you)
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Some collars have a small grub screw and some just have a rubber ring inserted into the collar.

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Just got a copy of the Whiteside Inlay Kit, have not used it yet, but have been looking at it and watching a you tube video on how to use it.

My question is to others that have and have used the kit. The bearing that is to be removed after cutting the recess for the inlay does not come off very easy at all, I got it off once with my fingers but can't get it off in that manner again. Oh, I'll get it off and will be careful to not mar it, but am wondering if others have run into the same problem or not.

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this is the one i have and have no problum's with the little coller , you may have to use a sharp knife blade under the collor ? other wise it works good
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I simply put a piece of masking tape over the bearing and used a pair of needle point pliers to lift the bearing off, it gook almost no pressure, it's just bit to small to grip with my fingers. All I O.K., just need some practice on cutting the template out find a way for me to see better when doing the cut out.

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