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post #21 of 23 Old 03-31-2011, 12:49 PM
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You guys still continue to tickle me. Comments like those should be embarrassing to woodworkers.


This search for his name and the word "crown" (shown below this sentence) might give you some idea that he can manage to get his joints to come fairly close to fitting.
Sorry to offend you Willie. I'm not sure why I should be embarrassed. The video only shows him making the cut - not the fit. I haven't a clue who Brian Campbell is. Great use of smiley's though!
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Sorry to offend you Willie. I'm not sure why I should be embarrassed. The video only shows him making the cut - not the fit. I haven't a clue who Brian Campbell is. Great use of smiley's though!
Just stumbled upon this: Here is the fit you wanted to see.
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I have been enjoying the Collins Coping Foot. It makes coping with the jigsaw even easier and smoother, a great small company putting out simple useful products.
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