|Project by geekwoodworker||posted 06-01-2014 08:33 PM||6678 views||11 times favorited||7 comments|
Built this jig last year as I needed it for a project I was to build. Its a Lynn jig and I found the plans on line. It has a positive stop at one end so I know when I have made a full turn (got that idea from Ed stiles on youtube). The important part about using it is to ensure my dado blade is exactly set at 1/4” or whatever size I use. After first cut I realized I had to add .045” shims to the dado blade. Then it worked great.
Used bearings on each end of threaded rod and turns beautifully.