[TCML] Primary support "advance" [Thanks!]
resonance at wildblue.net
Thu Nov 11 19:26:29 MST 2010
So the blocks don't slip, put a 4-5" long piece of double sided masking tape
on the inner side of each block. When clamped they squish together and hold
firmed which prevents them from slipping due to router pressures.
Even better is to find some with a milling machines and ball nose cutter
---- you can cut them all in about 2 minutes.
On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 7:44 AM, Jon Danniken <danniken at comcast.net> wrote:
> DC Cox wrote:
>> I clamp then and set each block 1/8" ahead of the previous block.
>> This works with 8 blocks tro give a spacing of 1" apart on all the
>> tubing. If you use less or more than 8 you will need different
>> Clamp then and then make a single router cut straight thru. Move
>> over and make the second cut, etc.
> Thanks DC, I appreciate that. I hadn't thought of clamping all of them
> together and making one swipe at it; that is a very efficient method.
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