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    Triangle - after "copy & paste"

    Good day

    After I "copied and paste" the triangles (6), I used one of them for the "45 frame cutting sled" and with the rest.......

    Regards
    niki

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    Thumbs up Thanx!

    Thanx for your tips and ideas! I like the pics and explanation!

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    glad yur doin ok niki and welcome back we have missed ya!!! thanks for the new tip.
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    Thanks really cool idea.
    cheers

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    That center cutout would really make it strong and stable for a clamping triangle. I use these quite a bit but think I'll make some like yours. Thanks for the great tip.
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    Great idea Niki I like the cut and paste.
    Aloha,

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    Those squares are really cool Niki
    Thanks for posting
    Best regards,
    Toni

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    Um, guys,

    Did you check the date on Niki's post?

    Thanks,

    Bill

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    ok niki how and why do you get the groves inthe router table top you showun us? looks like its for specific purpose
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