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Asian Cabinet #3: Two... Three Birds, one Stone

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Blog entry by Brian Havens posted 1363 days ago 7420 reads 0 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch
« Part 2: Where there's a Jig, There's a Way Part 3 of Asian Cabinet series Part 4: Legs and Aprons »

Turned out that the jig I used to cut the mortise faces on the leg solved a more general problem, which allowed me to use the same jig for several other tasks.

-- Brian Havens, Woodworker http://brianhavens.com



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Benighted

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#1 posted 1363 days ago

As always a great video, just love ‘em all. Really educational, and the stuff you make are just phenomenal! Way out of my league but gives something to strive for!

-- Jani, a Neanderthal woodworker in Sweden.

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Jim Bertelson

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#2 posted 1363 days ago

Thanks for the demo, good video. Jigs are something I like to make (it may end up being my predominate interest in the hobby….....but what am I going to do with them?), currently working on a strange dust collecting….....fixture….I think you would call it. Also in progress is a super sled nearly done, and a unique project table top, that, although it is not finished, I am using constantly to do glue ups (using hold downs and the slots in the table top) for the dust collecting fixture, so I can finish routing the table top without throwing dust everywhere.

Just an old timer, still working, so I run a little short on time and energy…..........

Have a good one…...

Alaska Jim

-- Jim, Anchorage Alaska

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TopamaxSurvivor

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#3 posted 1363 days ago

Another great show Norm, I mean Brain :-))

-- "some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them." - D.H. Lawrence

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gbear

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#4 posted 1363 days ago

Great video Brian…glad to see you are having the breakfast of champions!! Aren’t jigs wonderful but I always admire the guys who can design them for their specific purposes. Me?...I’m still learning.

-- gbear, Carmichael, CA

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Walt M.

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#5 posted 1363 days ago

Thanks for the video. the jig was ingenious.

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Ken90712

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#6 posted 1345 days ago

Very helpful, great job!

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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therookie

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#7 posted 1201 days ago

now thats thinking

-- http://aewoodworks.webs.com

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