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Modern power tools can help you make quick work of time-consuming traditional wood inlays. Popular Woodworking Magazine Senior Editor Glen D. Huey teaches you how to create clever plywood patterns from photos and drawings. Then he shows how to use those patterns to guide your router to cut the grooves to receive the inlay quickly and easily. Then he shares his simple technique for making string inlay from scraps using a few common hardware store tools and an inexpensive spindle sander.