Anybody Using a Microjig

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Re: Anybody Using a Microjig

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I have been using my Shopsmith for over 45 yrs. I am very familiar with the ins and outs of it I think. Apparently, the product works for some and not for others and may require sanding to fit.

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Re: Anybody Using a Microjig

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Sorry! I just cannot imagine a product being so dis functional with it's main purpose.
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Re: Anybody Using a Microjig

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I agree. As far as I can tell, the company has a good reputation. I think I'll call them and see what they say.
SS 520, SS band saw. Grizzly cabinet saw, jointer, drill press,14" bandsaw, belt/disc sander. Delta 13" planer. Hitachi router in router table. Old Craftsman radial arm saw.
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