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1. In step 5, you show the work piece between the fence and the bit. NO! That is VERY dangerous! Also your fingers are really close to the bit and you aren't using a push stick nor any featherboards.2. When squaring the back fence to the cut line, there is only one true method. That is William Ng's 5-Cut method. https://youtu.be/UbG-n--LFgQ
I love ATA cases but have never built one. I checking on your parts reference, I see that it is a French web site which would be prohibitive for me because of shipping costs to the USA. It would have been nice if you referenced some other locations for part however, I can do my own research. The only other comment is that real ATA cases are laminated with a black PVC sheeting over the plywood. It would have been nice also if you had laminated this one for a more durable case. Just some suggestions. Great job!Be sure to check out my Instructable, How to Build a Wooden Fly Box With a Router.https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Build-a-Wooden-Fly-Box-With-a-Router/
These boxes are easy to make once you make the templates. Professional results for the hobbyist.
If you look on the last page uploaded, the red one, you will find my email address. Send me an email requesting a PDF copy of the book and you will get details on how to print them for a 1:1 ratio. They don't like you to list email addresses here because of scam robots searching for victims. Perhaps the won't find it if I list it like this: My email is: gdis46(at)gmail(dot)com. OK?
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I emailed you a the latest copy.The instructions for printing the plans at a 1:1 ratio are in the email.Please let me know if you did not receive my email.
If you email me a request, I will send you the latest PDF version of the book. Also, could you send me something about the Tony Lydgate design? I would like to compare the two versions and hopefully improve upon my design. My email is: gdis46(at)gmail(dot)com.
Could you email me something about the Tony Lydgate design? I would liem to compare the two and hopefully improve upon my design. My email is: gdis46(at)gmail(dot)com.