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PostPosted: Wed Mar 26, 2014 1:19 pm 
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Cool, looks promising.


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Wow thanks for sharing this idea Howard I always have problems with windows


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Hi Barb! Could you share the dimensions for the 8 inch fence die? I'm going to order one. Thanks ma'am!

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Hi Will,

I am attaching the actual graphic used to order my die. I believe I ordered option number three but you can hold the images up against what you are trying to reproduce to see which best meets your needs. I got these from a fellow putzer who is also an architect, and the explanation given for the difference in dimensions on these three options was way over my head.

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My goodness that didn't work!! Will send me your email address Paul Race if possible and I will send you the file I have.

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Thanks for the email Barb! I will contact them for the final price.

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