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Often times we receive photos of projects our customers have built through the mail (likely customers who have yet to discover this community!), but we don't often receive actual projects they've built!  Earlier this week though, that's what happened!

After a bit of confusion, we figured it out...  It's really quite unique...  Can any of you guess what it is?  (the answer has now been posted, here!)

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At a loss here .........
almost looks like a dowel and pocket hole connection
Is it a plug and dowel centers jig?
It almost looks like a mold....
A very secure cigar case
No dice yet! I'll post what it really is... tomorrow morning!
I think it is a time capsule or a Geo cache.
Drill bit storage?
howard brown i can tell you its not a goecathe. because i hut them all time
Aaah Howard you took my guess. I thought it looked like a creative geocache. It is obvious that the two go together. If it is not a Geocache then it's a great idea for one. (Just might have to try that one!!!)
Do they press or mold something? Cant tell if the holes go deep or just bowl.
Were they used in the 2000 Florida election and do they have anything to do with dimpled chads? ;)
...dowel alignment jigs.......I win! hoorah, what do I get? --gg
Kreg Jig drill bit & Square drive bit protector

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