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Sparky11/03/2010 17:34:13
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Andy
 
You''ve done an excellent job on this door mate and with no special cutter being used it makes it a better piece of workmanship.
 
(Cut using a straight router bit and a jig on the router table)
 
Well done
 
Marc
Oddjob11/03/2010 17:51:39
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That is really good.  I'd love to know more about how you did the raised panels.  I'd also like to see a picture of your wedge jig showing it's relationship with the blade a bit better.
 
Richard
Joe O 311/03/2010 18:33:22
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Andy,
Something to go with the windows you made earlier i suppose.
Well done. I too await details of how you  did the raised panels.
 
Joe.
 
Olly Parry-Jones11/03/2010 18:45:16
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Have you guy seen Andy's website?
 
IDoStuff.co.uk
 
There is some more information there, on his IDoStuff blog. You'll also get to see some of the work-in-progress, thanks to his excellent head-cam idea!
Sparky11/03/2010 20:54:02
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Thanks Olly
 
That is a cracking idea having a head cam, talk about hand free!..........I wonder after seeing that how many others will try it out?
 
Andy's setting up the mortice & tenons for his door.
 

 
 
Marc

Edited By sparky on 11/03/2010 21:03:14

Sparky11/03/2010 21:48:36
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I'm so sorry Andy
 
I just had to show this video of the glue up........I couldn't stop laughing at the speed & music
 
 
 
You've done yourself proud mate, great project and videoing. Well done.
 
Marc
Delete12/03/2010 10:54:24
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I like the wedge jig. However I would like to have seen him check the door for square, it only needs to be a degree or so off and you have problems.
 
Rog
Andy Bell12/03/2010 11:20:41
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Thanks so much for your comments, It really makes a difference to me having some feedback.
Don't hesitate to be critical as well, if there's anything you spot that could be done better/diffently.
If you want more details on anything please let me know.
 
Oddjob, the fox wedge jig is on Part 3.  and Joe, The raised panel video -
 
 
Videoing - It really makes me think about what I'm doing and the processes and steps involved. After sorting out pointing my whole head in the right direction its not too bad to use. Talking though is something else, loads of out takes, my mouth keeps saying the wrong words and I forget what things are called.
Anyway it served as a good practice job as I intend covering the next window build in a similar fashion.
 
Thanks Andy
Andrew12/03/2010 21:33:15
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Andy excellent demo, enjoyed watching most of it. Thanks for taking the time to video this and post it here. God Bless you.
 
Andrew Babu

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