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Yesterday's work in my shop:

Built a dual-ended router sled for shaping handles on charcuterie boards. 

Applying finish (again) to a walnut table that I scratched while marking the bottom for the base attachment. 

Not shown:  the hours of cleaning and rearranging that's going on to make my shop more efficient and safer.


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(08-26-2022, 08:06 AM)®smpr_fi_mac® Wrote: Yesterday's work in my shop:

Built a dual-ended router sled for shaping handles on charcuterie boards. 

Applying finish (again) to a walnut table that I scratched while marking the bottom for the base attachment. 

Not shown:  the hours of cleaning and rearranging that's going on to make my shop more efficient and safer.

Now that's an interesting and useful jig!
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(08-26-2022, 10:14 AM)Ray Newman Wrote: Now that's an interesting and useful jig!

Oh yeah. Saves *so* much time because I don't have to screw around with taping templates to the stock. I also gives me a very safe and solid entry point for my pattern bit, making it much safer. This jig cuts about 50% off the time required in this stage of production.

Not my idea; I found it on YouTube!

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Here's the thread where I was trying to figure out a better method: https://forums.woodnet.net/showthread.php?tid=7369474
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Brad

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(08-26-2022, 10:30 AM)®smpr_fi_mac® Wrote: Oh yeah.  Saves *so* much time because I don't have to screw around with taping templates to the stock.  I also gives me a very safe and solid entry point for my pattern bit, making it much safer.  This jig cuts about 50% off the time required in this stage of production.

Not my idea; I found it on YouTube!

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Here's the thread where I was trying to figure out a better method:  https://forums.woodnet.net/showthread.php?tid=7369474

Youtube is an amazing wealth of knowledge.  Biggest obstacle is figuring out how to ask what you want to find
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I'm building a simple trinket shelf for my youngest daughter's room.  And a bread slicing board for a friend from some *really* aromatic wood.  No clue what it is but makes my shop smell like cinnamon.


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