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Inlay Tools: Radius Cutter

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Project by Jon3 posted 1871 days ago 4257 views 18 times favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is an inlay radius cutter I made out of Cherry. I blogged the entire process here on LJ, and in my personal blog.





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PurpLev

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#1 posted 1871 days ago

Pretty slick! I really like this one.

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#2 posted 1871 days ago

I was wondering what the purpose of that tools was, so I searched around and it looks like it cuts grooves for string inlays. I was wondering how you chipped the circle out to get a round inlay in there! :) Nice work, and a great way to save some bucks on a specialty tool.

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#3 posted 1871 days ago

cool tool good job

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#4 posted 1871 days ago

Great looking tool, ever seen Gary’s? Your’s is great for small radius work.

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#5 posted 1871 days ago

I have seen Gary’s, which is an ingenious design.

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#6 posted 1871 days ago

This looks beautiful…there are lots of Garys around here…I am interested in his but don’t know which one :)

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#7 posted 1871 days ago

Great jig. You did a really nice job—-Maybe I need one

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#8 posted 1871 days ago

BEAUTIFUL CREATION

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