|Project by alholstein||posted 09-01-2009 05:53 AM||6507 views||22 times favorited||15 comments|
My version of the Kerf Master, I made out of scraps of oak and a little bit of redwood. Rather that using a sliding dado I just built a box around the movable part. There is a slit in the redwood top to allow for compression of the wingnut to hold it in it firm. There is a 1/4” slot in the movable part that accepts the 1/4” carriage bolt and wingnut. I just used a deck screw to make the offset adjustment. I personalized it with my initials, using a aluminum foil template, a magnifying glass and the sun. Fun to make, but haven’t really used it yet other than testing it out. Total cost less than 50 cents.
-- Al Holstein "I wood do it"