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#1 posted 02-22-2017 03:52 PM

If you have a lot of them to do, you may want to shop for a cnc shop to cut them for you. If you have your patter already and can be done with single tooling, should not cost too much. Your times worth something. If not, get a long top bearing bit, stack em with double sided tape and cut em in multiples. I did that with my wine rack holders for my wine cabinets i make till i got the cnc.

Good luck.

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