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  #1 Frank Hagan

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Posted 15 October 2005 - 05:11 PM

There are a few forums out there that cover this kind of topic ... one in Australia at http://www.woodworkf...isplay.php?f=44 which I have found very interesting. But many of the sources are Australian only.

Any other links out there?

  #2 Wild Dingo

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Posted 16 October 2005 - 12:59 AM

But were a bloody nice bunch eh Frank!! :D :cool:

  #3 Greg Luckett

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Posted 16 October 2005 - 09:40 AM

Here are some:

http://members.aol.com/woodmiser1/

http://www.woodshopdemos.com/menu2.htm

http://www.woodweb.c....pl?read=428121

http://www.woodmagaz...xml&catref=wd23

  #4 Frank Hagan

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Posted 17 October 2005 - 09:45 PM

Shane, I've always thought the Australians were some of the nicest people on earth ... once you get used to their humor! When I was a kid, we had a surf bum friend from down under and he cracked us up every time he got mad ... which only made him more mad. I decided then that no one can abuse the King's English quite like the Aussies. I've sworn off Europe for travel (they hate Americans over there), but if you guys still like us in a few years, my wife and I hope to travel down there for holiday.

I almost forgot the Yahoo group devoted to shop built tools ... a pretty good group but I hate the Yahoo groups because of the ads popping up all the time. Anyway, here is the URL:

http://groups.yahoo..../shopbuilttools

  #5 Bill

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Posted 20 October 2005 - 11:42 AM

Jigs are a funny thing..I think some are very useful, but, I think that that's all some folks do, is build jigs...and some are real pieces of art. I suppose if I were doing production work, I'd build a few...then again, if I were doing production work, I'd probably try to by a pre-built machine that did what I wanted. Maybe I'm just too impatient, I like to try and move right along on my projects, without having to spend 2 hours building a jig, and most of the time I don't have the knobs or bolts on hand that I need anyway. I am planning on building some clocks for Christmas and for those I may make some patterns and jigs as I work since I plan on making a few of them. good links though..even though I don't build them, I do like to see what people come up with...

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  #6 jimfre

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Posted 17 August 2006 - 05:42 AM

Hey guys heres my favorite books on woodworking jigs. I've used them for doing all sorts of projects.
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200 original shop aids & jigs for woodworkers

by Rosario Capotosto

ISBN 0-8069-6582-7
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Router jigs & techniques

by Partrick Spielman

ISBN 0-8069-6694-7
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Router Magic

by Bill Hylton

ISBN 0-7621-0185-7
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Woodworking with the router

by Bill Hylton & Fred Matlack

ISBN 0-7621-0227-6
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These are the best books I've ever found. They sit right next to my boat building and furniture books. They are an invaluable resource for any woodworker and I highlt recomend them


Jim




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