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    A Couple Fixtures

    I've got a lot of jigs. If folks ae interested I'll do a thread with more of them. This helps out my tired eyes on my Bies cursor ($1.50 at HF):

    Attachment 7278

    And this one is from ShopNotes I think ($7 at HF). Great for router bit and blade depth:

    Attachment 7279

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    Hi Glenn,
    Welcome and so good to see your posting this thread. Fascinating what applications can be made as you have done here. The biesy magnifier strikes my fancy right off.
    Thanks again and enjoy the weekend.
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    Hi Glenn! YES! More Jigs!

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