Shop-Made Jigs And Fixtures by Pierre Home-Douglas PDF

By Pierre Home-Douglas

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Cuta deepmortise passes, in several increasing thebitdepth e a c ht i m e . thejig 1 Making jig I The shown at leftwillguideyour router andsecure theworkpiece asyoucut a mortise. Thedimensions suggested inthe illustration willsuitmostrouters. Cutthe jig sidesfrom%-inch plywood. Attach the sidesto thebasewithcountersunk screws, making surethepieces areperfectly square to eachother. Mount thebolts3 inches fromeachendof one in place, side,slipthestopblocks andf ix themwithwashers andwinsnuts. Cutthejig topfrom%-inch plywood; a template makethepieceabout15 inches longandwideenough to acceptthethickestboardyouexpect to mortise.

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