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Topic: Explanation of raised panel challenge
Posted: Wednesday, September 17, 2008 7:36:03 PM
Hi Jeff Thanks for your advice, I,m glad to hear that you have seen it done before. If we decide to market this router, I will send you one free of charge and I know you will enjoy it as much as I have testing it. (It's been more fun than work)I's the easiest tool I have ever used. Thanks again JAM
Topic: Despicable (Raised panel challenge)
Posted: Sunday, September 14, 2008 1:28:26 AM
This was #3 in a week look for raised panel challenge. try going to woodworking in this forum page 2
Topic: Despicable (Raised panel challenge)
Posted: Saturday, September 13, 2008 6:02:15 PM
I think it's despicable that someone would lock out my forum question! I design tools and fixtures/jigs (20 plus years) for safety! I did not say I was going to market this item and for your information the tests I've already done, have proved to be safer than any router-table method. This is a new tool I developed that will help every woodworker, carpenter and cabinet marker. It also does vertical moldings and curved hand rails. Anyone that gives their opinion and can't accept a rebuttal, should not give one! I don't know how long you have been a teacher/woodworker, but part of teaching is also about learning. Just a heads up, start thinking outside the BOX! By the way their would not be Google, if it wasn't for change.
Topic: routing a circle
Posted: Friday, September 12, 2008 5:41:30 PM
Need to know what profile edge you want to rout and then I will tell you the safest way to do it.
Topic: Explanation of raised panel challenge
Posted: Sunday, September 07, 2008 5:42:25 PM
It's safer than a router table by far. Safety is number one in all my modifications, Number two is helping people understand the tools they are using. When router tables first came on the market, most people lost track of how versatile the router really is (People thought the same thing about the router mat). In all router manuals, they state, secure the work piece and move the router or secure the router and move the work piece. Thanks for your input.
Topic: Raised Panel challege
Posted: Sunday, September 07, 2008 12:57:19 AM
I modify tools and jigs for safety and quality, I would like you to challenge me on any raised panel design you have had difficulty with, or you don't think can be done. (circles, ovals, S-cuves, stars, etc.) I will be using a Freud 99-515 3-1/2 overall Dia. raised panel bit and a modified handheld router, providing the bit can go there safely. I will make and send you a picture. No, It's not done on a cnc machine. I only modify tools and jigs that everyone can own. Thanks for your help.

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