|Project by Eric_S||posted 01-04-2010 09:20 PM||26008 views||6 times favorited||7 comments|
I decided to use my extended weekend to tune up my tools and make some jigs I badly needed for my nightstand project that has been on hold due to these non-existent jigs.
The cross cut sled I had before but the tracks were cut sloppy, so I redid them with umhw plastic and now its accurate and super smooth.
The next pic is my modified fence. The middle piece is just too flimsy on its own, so I added some extra pine I had and now it seems a little easier to move. It seems to be more accurate too, and if I take my time setting it it’s very accurate.
The 3rd pic is for a multi-purpose jig featured on FW’s website with a tenon jig attached. Its the only one i’ve made so far but plan on making others in the future.
Finally, the mortise jig I found on FWW. Very sturday, made of birch ply and hard maple.
I still have to make the router table, but since I dont need that just yet I’ve put that on hold.
-- - Eric Noblesville, IN