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  1. libertarianbastard
    April 4, 2013
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    Nicely done; thanks for the education, Brian.

  2. Silva Jr
    April 19, 2013
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    Thanks for the video. But what is it lol

  3. coreyjfugate
    May 12, 2013
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    Wow! You made that look really simple!!! Great camera angles made each step easy to see!

  4. ColonelK0rn
    May 13, 2013
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    Now you have given me some great inspiration to use my new plunge base Bosch. Just gotta get the bushing kit.:-)

  5. B15SDMDESIGNS
    May 25, 2013
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    The blooper at 15:45 had me laughing my ass off. This happens quite often with me especially when one is in a hurry. I could sense the frustration as soon as he dropped the positive piece into the negative. 🙂

  6. sujith john
    August 3, 2013
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    excellent… thank you for taking time with the graphics to explain stuff… subscribing now 🙂

  7. STAN MASHEK
    October 14, 2013
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    Hi Brian great video and you explained the steps great. The only thing I would like to know is where do you get the bushing and bits and attachments for the small bits. I will send you a email tonight about this. thanks so much again.. stan m

  8. tiancho305
    November 5, 2013
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    would it work with veneer too?

  9. Annony Mouse
    November 26, 2013
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    Nice clear video but I am still confused on how you match up the positive and negative with the use of the bushing spacer?  You said to reinstall the spacer when preparing to cut the "negative" piece but won't this move the router bit in closer to the center thereby making the negative piece too tight to accept the positive piece?  What am I missing here?

  10. Joe Malham
    November 27, 2013
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    Thanks for the free class on woodworking, I owe you bro!

  11. NMranchhand
    December 11, 2013
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    Super orientation, thank you.

  12. George Karagiannis
    February 15, 2014
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    Superb!
    Pace is just right, neither too fast but nor too slow or boring.
    Well spoken….  but most importantly thought and delivery process is just OUTSTANDING (tells you the sequence of things to do, what is important to know, and in a methodical & precise manner!).
    Video quality is EXCELLENT (sound is not too bad either).
    My favorite part of this video is with the DETAILS – something that most presentations lack (and thus tire & frustrate the audience). I think that is the most important asset of Brian's presentation! Well done my friend!…. you got me glued… will watch your other videos. Many thanks!
     

  13. Steve Trubilla
    August 21, 2014
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    Very good video.

  14. Geeksmithing
    September 30, 2014
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    So if I wanted to use this technique for inlays with 90 degree corners, would I use the router for the majority, and clean it up with chisel set to remove the debris from corners themselves?

  15. fletcher3913
    November 19, 2014
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    Good tutorial. Thank you.

  16. Malcolm Alexander
    January 3, 2015
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    Excellent tutorial. I am just getting started and haven't used a router before, however, your video has helped me understand more and encouraged me to give it a try.  I fancy trying to add a Badger image to my bandsaw boxes.   Many thanks

  17. liftoff621
    March 16, 2015
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    Informative and easy to follow.  Great job.

  18. jims tools
    March 23, 2015
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    Hey Brian excellent video. I'm going to try this. THANKS.

  19. RICHARD SWENGEL
    March 27, 2015
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    Excellent tutorial.  Clear explanations of the process and the reasons for how you do things.

  20. Julie Cabot
    June 29, 2015
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    Great tutorial!  One of the best I've seen.  Thanks, Brian!

  21. W Moli
    August 17, 2015
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    Nice tip with the playing cards. Countless projects stop because someone thinks they need to spend 20-50 bucks at the hardware store, while some oversimplified solution sat quietly in a junk drawer.

  22. liftoff621
    August 23, 2015
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    Great video.  I used your techniques to patch some holes in composite decking.  I also owe myself a few dollars for forgetting to take off the spacer ring before cutting my first set of positives.

  23. Max C
    September 30, 2015
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    Excellent tutorial;  Thank you Brian !! Do you think it may be possible to inlay a similar shape using my router in the table ?  Greetings from England

  24. Jay Beemer
    November 11, 2015
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    Brian, thanks, this was an excellent video – the best video out there on doing sensible inlays. I used your technique to do some of my own inlays. Found Harbor Freight has a good price on the template guide.

  25. Travis Clark
    December 28, 2015
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    painful

  26. brenjohns3
    January 17, 2016
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    Great video Brian Thank you

  27. Turncoat
    April 23, 2016
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    And WALLAH!

  28. GARY BELLAHCEN
    July 26, 2016
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    Like others, I've bought plans too. Some are good and some are trash…but before anyone purchases anything google Hyezmar's Woodworking Bible, it's free!

  29. Retired Tony 1970
    July 28, 2016
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    Cool video!

  30. RHI Hodag
    August 12, 2016
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    Great instructional video Brian! I've had an inlay bushing/bit for a score of years and have never used it. When I do get ready to tackle an inlay project I'll definitely refer back to this vid. Great instruction and tips!

  31. Sharath Kumar Sekar
    August 16, 2016
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    Thanks a lot for the video Brian! Very informative, starting with the positives and negatives.

  32. Sharath Kumar Sekar
    August 16, 2016
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    Thanks a lot for the video Brian! Very informative, starting with the positives and negatives.

  33. Sharath Kumar Sekar
    August 16, 2016
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    Thanks a lot for the video Brian! Very informative, starting with the positives and negatives.

  34. rafael garcia adrianzen
    October 11, 2016
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    por que no lo pueden traducir al español

  35. MrJoebob147
    January 2, 2017
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    What did you use to level the inlay?

  36. Norbert Hebert
    January 25, 2017
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    Exellent demo! Very helpful. I've always wanted to give this a try.

  37. Jennifer Strausser
    February 7, 2017
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    Thank you so much for that very informative video.. I really really have always wanted to see how inlays were made as they can add such old world charm and beauty to any piece. Can you make a suggestion as to what would be a good first router..( not cheap but not over the top expensive.) a nice mid grade router that will last quite a few yeArs for a hobbyist.( not someone who will be doing inlay everyday.?Ps. Your son is adorable!:) Would it be easier with a router table or no?? Thanks again!

  38. Castillo Sammy
    February 8, 2017
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    thank you mr Havens. i learned a lod from you. may God bless you

  39. qwerangi zinkhonk
    September 24, 2017
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    Great video…

  40. Scott Yagnesak
    October 9, 2017
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    Thank you so much for taking the time to do this very clear and informative video. I am eager to try router inlays and this is a great reference tool.

  41. garry smythe
    October 10, 2017
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    great video Brian ,very well presented ,

  42. Richard Rider
    October 13, 2017
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    Very informative video; thanks and I subscribed…cheers…rr

  43. dickebk
    October 27, 2017
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    Really great video. Very well done and I learned so much. Love the shirt too!

  44. Christopher Claudio Skierka
    December 22, 2017
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    new to this, I am thinking very much to doing something like this to my built in wardrobe, can you recommend a kit? Also if you know if they ship to the uk? Not kidding w ehave some things here which originate in the Usa but its modified to a sub standard level :(, milescraft jigs for example

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