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Specialty - Pattern Sawing

How do you cut odd shapes where although there may be a pattern to your work, the cuts seem to be totally unrelated?  The trick is to actually make a "pattern jig" and then find a way to marry the pattern to your wood and then copy the pattern while only cutting the wood, not your pattern. 

This can actually be done on a production basis if you like.


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