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  1. Hi everyone. I was just looking through some older tools and I can across a Wolfcraft Drill Guide Jig. So you can see what I am working with, here is a link to the item on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Wolfcraft-Drill-Guide-Jig-4685404/dp/B007LSC00W Can anyone tell me if I can I use this jig somehow as a cross dowel jig? I need to make a 'T' in the middle of a board (3/4" MDF). Any help would be much appreciated!
  2. Hello All- Many thanks to the community for helping me understand precise measurements. I have attached two pictures, one measured in metric and the other imperial. I'm trying to compare apples to apples here. As an example, in the first picture you will see that it calls for a dimension 24". I got a hold of a set of metric plans, image 2. Looking at the same cut, the metric plans call for a dimension of 609.6. So, 24" = 609.6? How can this be? What am I missing here? What do I need to measure this? Sorry if this comes across as a stupid question - I know I've got a lot to learn... Any help understanding the conversion would be much appreciated!
  3. Thank you all. I am building a desktop CNC. It's on instructables: http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-CNC-Machine-36x22/
  4. Hi All. I am hoping that I can get some advice regarding a measuring conundrum I am facing. I have taken on a woodworking project that requires precise measuring. For example, the measurements that I need to cut is 6 & 7/64 " and 5 & 9/16" and 6 & 57/64'th". I have standard tools including a 6" micrometer. Can anyone give me a push in the right direction here?