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    Default Looking for Desktop accessory testers

    We're looking for 2 woodworking fanatics who have experience with end-milling and dovetail jigs, to help with beta testing of our soon-to-be-released Edge Clamp Joinery Jig accessory. Pictures of a couple of things I've done with it are posted on Instagram...an interest in funky joinery is definitely a plus!

    https://www.instagram.com/seaside5592

    You must have a Desktop MAX or a DT3 (newer edition of the Desktop - aluminum frame with no lead screw through the middle) to participate. Contact billyoung@shopbottools.com for more information.

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    That looks really cool Bill!! To bad it isn't for a full size machine..

    If you ever decide to do something like for the bigger machines, I would love to be a tester for you.
    Don
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    That is really cool joinery, Bill! We’ve got a desktop max, but I’m a novice Cnc driver. I have many dovetail jigs, but none of them come close to the joinery you’re creating. I’ll lurk with interest at how that invention plays out

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    Although edge machining certainly gives you the ability to do some pretty neat things, we're not really looking for people that are CNC experts. We're mostly interested in people that have experience with cutting dovetails with a hand router using dovetail jigs and that are willing to work with us and give us feedback on the jig and the process of making it "digital".

    Drop me an email if that sounds like you!

    Bill


    Quote Originally Posted by Pennywood View Post
    That is really cool joinery, Bill! We’ve got a desktop max, but I’m a novice Cnc driver. I have many dovetail jigs, but none of them come close to the joinery you’re creating. I’ll lurk with interest at how that invention plays out

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