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    once again for vaughn......

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    these are some fingerjoint jigs i had a friend make on his cnc machine..
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    this is a home brew elipitical jig for the williams-n-hussey, pneumatic tracking..
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    this is a home made profile grinder that bolts to an old cutterhead grinder.
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    one of my favorites...a parallel marking jig 5/8-13/16ths, for radiused work
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    a home made panel router,(counts as a fixture?)

    tod

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    Thanks for the pics and sorry for the extra work, Tod. I promise to leave this one alone.

    Your jigs and fixtures are in a bit different league than mine (and I suspect many others here, too). Cool stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    these are some fingerjoint jigs i had a friend make on his cnc machine..
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    tod,
    From my experience in metalworking, I agree that the most accurate way to make incremental cuts is to use a stop off the original cut or leading stop point for each successive one. Otherwise, a few thousandths here and there adds up to an error that is significant even in woodworking.

    Frank Chaffee
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