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    few made machines

    needed a single demountable slot cutter and a 3head router table to simulate the grizzly and a pocket hole cutter...all work well...
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    What do you think of the pocket hole jig? Have the plans, contemplating construction. Did you order the copper tube they suggested or use some else?
    Charles

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    I think I saw a picture in shop notes. but here is a drawing...https://www.woodsmithplans.com/plan/pocket-hole-jig/

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    I might consider building that pocket hole jig. Did the plans ever appear in ShopNotes or Woodsmith? I have a near complete set of both mags and don't ever recall seeing that as a project. If it was in one of those two publications, can someone point me to the issue?

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    This pocket hole jig was initially presented in ShopNotes magazine issue #42, November 1998. I know I have that issue.

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    It actually works for cabinetry. It does help to have the small Kreg as well.

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    Thanks for sharing this. The valve broke on the Kreg tonight (air powered). I’m going to make one of these pocket hole jigs as a backup.

    That triple router looks pretty amazing. Nice work.

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    Some will have the scraps laying around and dedicate a router for it and it works great.

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