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    Default Making Tasting spoons

    When the shopbot owner from Michigan came to visit this was what I was doing that day. Dipping our Tasting spoons. I have 650 to make.
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    Two comments, very clever jig setup, and second 650! Keep up the good work. Russ
    AKA: The Train Guy

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    Easy set up and simple jig. I do this four times a year for this company. Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by chiloquinruss View Post
    Two comments, very clever jig setup, and second 650! Keep up the good work. Russ
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    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS, HIS HEAD AND HIS HEART IS AN ARTIST.
    ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI

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    Besides echoing the coment that the work is wonderful, ditto on clever jig -- would you mind providing additional photos of jig details ... thanks.

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    Be glad to.... I'll take some pictures of it today. Maybe tomorrow before I get a chance to post.
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    Here are the pictures
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    That's pretty clever! Just make sure you vacuum up all of that sawdust

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    Quote Originally Posted by EricSchimel View Post
    That's pretty clever! Just make sure you vacuum up all of that sawdust
    My Dust collection system does a pretty good Job, However I still use the shop vac to pickup any that it misses between run's this helps keep the shop clean.
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    thank you for the additional photos and the insight.

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