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kityuser

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how about splitting the how-to section into

1)power tool method

2)hand tool method

for example mortice and tennon joint -> although the hand tool method may be prefered by "purists", you can achieve equally satisfying results using a table saw, or router table to create the tennon.
Prehaps an included section with possible jigs that could be fabricated to make the job easier/safer/quicker.
 

Charley

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Hey not only were you UKW's 100th member but you also posted the 1000th post :D

Anyway I'm halfway through an article on how to cut tenons on a router table with a simple homemade jig :) Hopefully I'll get it only by weekend...
 

kityuser

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surely i must be worthy of some gift vouchers by now???

8)

100th member and 1000th post :wink:
 
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Maybe if you start the 10,000th Troll, it should be considered worthy of something :wink:
 

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