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Greene and Greene tool chest. #7: Top part 2: Ebony spline jig/top inlay

07-14-2015 02:23 AM by lateralus819 | 0 comments »

I was contemplating even attempting this. I knew I didn’t want to do Ng’ jig as I don’t have guide bushings and I figured I’d messup the mortise for it anyways. Here is my version and it works incredibly well. I hope it can help some people and ease some tension on this critical step. The first step is to secure some quality ply, the router and bit of choice and some patience. The jig is constructed similarly to an “Exact width dado jig”. Make two of these guides. Select the stock for the splines, and place it between the two guides. Clamp firmly but not so much as to compress the fibers. Next grab some scrap and screw it onto the sides to h...

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