|Project by Matt in Franklin||posted 04-21-2014 09:43 PM||2035 views||14 times favorited||6 comments|
This is the mortising jig I made for my router. I built it using plans from a Woodsmith magazine on router jigs.
The router sits inside a guide that rides on two 1/4” “runners”.
It works for horizontal pieces as well as vertical (cutting mortises on the end of a board).
The guides are made of hardboard so that I can replace them when they get worn out from banging my router into them over time.
This is a great jig and I look forward to making some loose tenon joinery in the near future.
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