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  1. Those YouTube videos from Infinity and purveyors of templates make it look so easy. We'll, that's just B.S. Of course, they have properly deminsioned stock and a completely outfitted and correct size of router. Not to mention, their proprietary router inlay kit on hand. For the inlay I'm doing on Phyl's mesquite coffee table, only two woods, walnut and maple, are used. Both need to be at 1/8th thick. Or, so I thought. In my stash, I found some walnut I'd reasawn to close to 1/8. Not so lucky with the maple. But, I managed to get it down to close with the bandsaw. Here's where my lack of foresight once more bites me in the a$$. I took great pains to plane the stock to precisely 1/8". I could have simply set the router's depth to the thickness the stock off the bandsaw. Dumb! With the stock prepared, it was time to set up the router. I had originally planned to use the Bosch Colt because of it's small size. After a couple of fruitless hours of fiddling, I found there ain't no way Bosch's base plate will accept the Infinty inlay kit. There are several base plate adapters and none work. I tried them all. So, it was time to break out one of the PC 690s. The Infinity kit requires some pretty fine router adjustments which required removing the base plate on the 690, inserting their centering pin in the router chuck, then reinstalling the base plate with the inlay kit bushing set attached. Thereby insuring the precise alignment required. I was surprised at how much play there was in the base plate screw placement. With all the above accomplished, I'm pretty sure I'm ready to start cutting. Well, that's after theTarter Woodworking templates are all in place and secured. All in all, getting to this point consumed most of yesterday. Nap included of course. It's a new day and new adventures await. To be continued...
  2. lew

    Printable Paper

    1,792 papers you can download and print for free. Graph paper, lined paper, financial paper, music paper, and more.
  3. Just a shot of a couple templates I have been working on over the last couple hours with a cup of good coffee by my side. Top is the arm, bottom is the rocker. You'll see my French curve at left, the French curve is one of my all time favorite drawing aids. If the Frenchy can't do it, you don't need it. Once I get these dialed in, I'll glue them to some 3/8" Baltic and cut them out. I love this part of a project, it's completely relaxing. Thanks for looking!
  4. From the album: Lew's Basement Shop

    More overhead storage

    © Lewis Kauffman

  5. From the album: Lew's Basement Shop

    More overhead storage

    © Lewis Kauffman

  6. lew


    From the album: Lew's Basement Shop

    Overhead jig storage

    © Lewis Kauffman

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