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Out in the shop #2: Long spline jig

07-16-2012 01:23 AM by MichaelAgate | 13 comments »

I was out in the workshop this evening making a simple box. I mitred the box and needed to spline the corners. I made this simple jig to aide in creating a grove for the spline. It’s a 45 degree “rest” for the mitred board to sit on as you slide it over the blade. Here is a pic of a test board on the jig. The jig is placed the width of the mitre away from the fence. If you have a gap under your fence like we do, you will need to add a piece of material, (we used MD...

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Virtual Designs in Sketchup #13: Simple Corner Spline Jig

01-17-2012 07:48 PM by rance | 2 comments »

Here’s my final version that I came up with after doing the over-thought version. I began with one that had an adjustable stop and all that but I gave it away. I like this one the best. When building it, use only glue, no metal fasteners. Dowels work if you feel you need them. The bottom plywood is not really needed but I had already built it that way. The next one prob. won’t have it. The backer board(bright blue) is just double-stick-taped in place. Square might work better and ...

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Spline Cutting Jig

12-31-2011 09:10 PM by Karson | 18 comments »

I have seen a few spline cutting jigs here on LumberJocks. I was trying to think how I would use such a jig. I ran across some Freud blades for a skill type saw that are 7 1/4 wide and 1/16” thick. They were made for the battery skill saws where you don’t have a lot of power. So I decided to put that blade on my table saw. I measured the max cutting height with that blade and it’s 1 5/8” so I knew that if I used 3/4” ply for the base and depending how I ...

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