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Blog series by Bob #2 updated 12-02-2010 12:53 AM 3 parts 16866 reads 49 comments total

Part 1: A cradle for changing router bits on a Triton router

12-25-2008 11:52 PM by Bob #2 | 18 comments »

I got tired of chasing my big router around the bench when changing bits or setting depth of cut so today I grabbed a piece of 1×4” and a chunk of 1/4” mdf and made a cradle.I traced around the router and cut the MDF out in a rough pattern on the bandsaw then tuned it a bit with the spindle sander.From wood stuff 2009Next I put a brace inside to support the router top and covered it with a bit of foam to prevent scratching. Heres the finished cradle held on the bench with ...

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Part 2: A landing apron for your miter jig.

07-13-2009 12:39 AM by Bob #2 | 21 comments »

Sorry folks this one got overwritten here by accident. To see the original posting please go to my blog here:http://mywoodadventures.blogspot.com/2010/03/landing-apron-for-your-miter-jig.html

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Part 3: small mortise hinge jig for boxes etc.

12-02-2010 12:53 AM by Bob #2 | 10 comments »

I’ve been struggling with fitting brass hinges into softer woods that I seem to work with today against my better judgment.By the time I have the mortise cut for the hinge I find that usually a portion of the mortise has either fallen away, been crushed by my chisels, or a combination of both leaving an unsightly gash into which I have to place my hinge.I’ve been looking at this jig as outlined in ShopNotes volume #12 No. 74.From hinge jigFrom hinge jig From hinge jigFrom hinge j...

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