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 Thoughts on inlaying?

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Steve Bankowitz

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Join date : 2008-07-02
Location : Central Massachusetts

PostSubject: Thoughts on inlaying?   December 18th 2008, 11:23 pm

Let's pretend I have a surfaced slab of maple approximately 4'x4'x2". If I want to inset a piece of contrasting wood, say 12"x12"x1/4", in the center of the table, what would be the best EZ way of doing this?

My two thoughts are to use the SRK with the limit stops. I am not sure if I can get 12" of travel though.
The second thought, would be to use four EZ Guides attached in a square la the Festool MFS Template guide.

I would love to make my own Festool MFS template guide using EZ parts, is it possible? I think it would need to have some sort of right angle aluminum piece that would need to do the connection...

Any other ways of doing the inlaying (using EZ parts)?
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