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    Simple Segment Project W.I.P.

    Hope this does not break any forum rules.
    It's basically a link to the UKWorshop forum where I have been doing a run through of a simple segment project for member information.
    I think it may be of interest but I can't see me re-hashing the whole thread to upload it to FW.

    Basically a 'How To' about making these two boxes.

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    http://www.ukworkshop.co.uk/forums/s...-p-t74105.html
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    Thanks Chuck - Really nicely done tutorial Even I can mostly follow it and definitely picked up a few hints along the way

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    Great tutorial, Chas. Thanks for sharing it here.

    And for the record, we have no objection to links to other forums if they're beneficial for other members. And maybe if one of us gets some spare time we could grab the text and photos from that thread and turn it into a PDF tutorial that we could post in our Tips & Tutorials section here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    And maybe if one of us gets some spare time we could grab the text and photos from that thread and turn it into a PDF tutorial that we could post in our Tips & Tutorials section here.
    By all means if you think it's of benefit, not the fanciest of productions but I was trying to show that you don't need a high value set up to produce decent joints and tackle awkward turning tasks.
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    Re: Simple Segment Project W.I.P.

    Chas that is an absolutely fantastic thread. I promise you i will have a go and i will put it on my to do list and when i do it I will post it. Thanks for taking so much effort to pass on the knowledge I cannot express how much i appreciate it.:thumbup:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    And maybe if one of us gets some spare time we could grab the text and photos from that thread and turn it into a PDF tutorial that we could post in our Tips & Tutorials section here.
    http://www.quest42.co.uk/woodwork/pd...%20Project.pdf 2.69 mb
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chas Jones View Post
    Excellent! If you have no objections, I'd like to put a copy on the forum server and add a link to it in our Tips & Tutorials section.
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    No objections at all, will save a bit of my server bandwidth
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    Great tutorial, Chas, thanks for sharing it.
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    Chas, I enjoy these as much as anything I have seen. The tutorials are great and answer many of the questions I have had (How'd he do that). Thank you for sharing. I too hope we can have this info here on our site.
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