|Project by Kent Shepherd||posted 05-28-2009 06:49 PM||13400 views||121 times favorited||36 comments|
I like to build my jigs as versatile as possible. This is my router table sled. It is baltic birch plywood, mahogany and flame maple. I’ve got T-slots routed for hold downs, an adjustable angled fence, assorted fences, and a jig for doing dovetail splines. The T-slot in the fence was done by routing the slot and adding the maple to create the T-slot.
The reason I use so much fantastic lumber in my jigs is because I have a lot of pieces left over from my cabinet door shop. We do custom doors so we’re always doing something different. It looks great, but doesn’t cost me anything. Are you jealous yet?
-- She thought I hung the moon--now she just thinks I did it wrong