|Project by Routerisstillmyname||posted 08-06-2010 03:50 AM||3690 views||4 times favorited||10 comments|
On occasions, when dealing with long boards in joining operations I prefer to use dowels instead of biscuits especially if the boards thickness or flatness is less than perfect.
This jig is ideal for drilling exact interval holes on as many as boards you will be using.
Just align the edge of the dowel centering jig and drill the first hole in the board. Then, you place the spacer dowel pin into the first hole and edge the doweling jig against the other end and you move the pin from hole to hole for exact hole drilling intervals.
This one is has different holes for 12,9,6,3 inch intervals from center and is for 3/8 thick dowels.
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