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    There have been many previous discussions about radiused fingerboards. I though some of you might get a kick ot of the simple jig I recently put together. This jig is really simple. It is compound at 7.25 to 12 degrees. The blank is held in place with double sided tape. The jig with blank is slides on the sander table and is fed by hand into the sanding belt. The bottom plate of the jig acts as a stop. Once dust stops flying I know I'm done. It took a little tweeking to get the depth right, but it really works slick.

    Regards,

    Steve
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