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#1 posted 10-20-2007 02:42 AM

The incra is a great tool – the learning curve is not for the faint of heart though. I enjoyed using it once I figured out most of the bells and whistles. I don’t use it much at all now though. To fussy and I don’t have the patients for a lot of fussy. That said, if you do a lot of intricate joints and want a lot of variety this is a good way to go. I’ve quite a few friends who have boxes made with the incra and I have a side table that I enjoy a lot whose drawer I made with the incra.

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