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Norm Walters
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08 Oct 2008 04:00 AM
Eli, what kind of browser are you using that turns a smiley into HTML text?
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08 Oct 2008 07:24 AM
Eli,

What type of tooling do you use to follow the template?
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08 Oct 2008 10:41 PM
i was on my mac . now im on my dell ......

ill post more pics with the tooling i use
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09 Oct 2008 10:10 PM

i mark what i am going to cut. in most cases i just make this cut on the beam saw but it can be cut by hand. i cut it about 1/8" away from my marked lines

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once it is cut close i clamp my template back on and get out my galesky. i first back bevel the seam and use a 100 grit z bit to finish the seam off. some times if i did not cut it quite close enough to the template i use a 30 grit z wheel first

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09 Oct 2008 10:15 PM
i use the same thing for the mail side of the miter lock

if you decide to go to the expo stop in before 10 am ill be demoing it at the SFA booth thursday and friday
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15 Oct 2013 05:22 PM
Do you still sell this template for the inside corner seams.  If so is there any special tools that should be used to get maxium results.

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