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post #1 of 12 Old 07-19-2010, 10:46 AM Thread Starter
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I just wanted to pass this on. I had the opportunity to attend a demonstration on making raised panel cabinet doors with a hand router on Saturday. I think this is the same product that was posted by Russ awhile back. I must say I was impressed and ordered one. I will keep you posted on how I like it.
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Quick update, I received and started using my safety base today. Not sure about the other products that Russ talked about but so far I love this one, not only does it make my router safer but It defiantly does stiles, rails and raised panels safer and easier than my router table. So far I have only invested 95.00 and I will keep you updated.



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Woodtone I looked back at your post and you have some questionable threads that seem to all sound the same. Others who have had similar post are Russ, Jacktoo, Char to name a few. They all have something in common no pictures a lot of talk about great inventions,jigs or tools and usually allot of secrecy while it seems like you/they want to share info but supply nothing.

OK so if you got it and like it then post some pictures. If not then I will assume that you are Russ, Char, Jacktoo and a couple of others that had questionable post just like this one at the least.

There's a saying on here if there's no pictures then it didn't happen or don't exist.

If I'm wrong I'll be man enough to admit it and apologize.

If I'm right then TT I just gave you more work. Sorry.

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Woodtone I looked back at your post and you have some questionable threads that seem to all sound the same. Others who have had similar post are Russ, Jacktoo, Char to name a few. They all have something in common no pictures a lot of talk about great inventions,jigs or tools and usually allot of secrecy while it seems like you/they want to share info but supply nothing.

OK so if you got it and like it then post some pictures. If not then I will assume that you are Russ, Char, Jacktoo and a couple of others that had questionable post just like this one at the least.

There's a saying on here if there's no pictures then it didn't happen or don't exist.

If I'm wrong I'll be man enough to admit it and apologize.

If I'm right then TT I just gave you more work. Sorry.

I was thinkin' the same thing.






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yeah yeah I know. Like I told Mike, I saw the post right after he posted it but figured no one would notice. No one did until he "updated" it.

Also notice the type of font used in the second post. Eerily similar to one or two others others of the Gang of 7ish.

Alright then woodtone, I'll go with RR's offer to you. Show us something other than a magazine ad. Post photos of your amazing new raised panel system.
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yeah yeah I know. Like I told Mike, I saw the post right after he posted it but figured no one would notice. No one did until he "updated" it.
Well I noticed on the first post also and reported it as we were informed to. However after nothing happened and he posted again I couldn't resist saying something. I'm still limited on how much I can do after my incident so I troll the forum more lately.
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I will be happy to post pictures if you would like. What would you like to see? I'm just trying to pass information on to this forum.


Talked to John at woodjam products and this will be sold on Amazon and ebay. It will be posted on youtube as soon as next week. I bought mine at a tool store.

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. . . Show us something other than a magazine ad. Post photos of your amazing new raised panel system.
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What would you like to see?

What part about "Post photos of your amazing new raised panel system." was so complicated?


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I'm just trying to pass information on to this forum.
I agree it's called spam. You were given a chance.
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dam did i miss something big

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Man I'm telling you these spammers are getting sophisticated. This guy's been here for a while without saying much ( a sleeper cell spammer). They have a few others I have been watching because of a post here or there but they either have multiple accounts or work in groups.

I looked at the website he said and they don't have pictures there either. Don't figure.
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I agree with no pictures = it didn't happen.

If it wasn't so hard, I'd sleep with a block of Brazilian Rosewood under my pillow.
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