|Project by odie||posted 11-22-2007 04:38 AM||7640 views||25 times favorited||19 comments|
Honest someone asked for this. This is a jig that takes the place of soled push blocks. Those things are down right dangerous and clumsy. On a router table or jointer they slip when the work gets bogged down. I saw the light and built this one week after I bought the Incra jig.
This is constructed with a simple dovetail box for stength. On the bottom there are two 1/8” thick pads that hold the work in place. One of these is fixed and one is attached to a moveable block that rides inside the box. The moveable block is attached to a threaded rod that acts as a clamp. I don’t want to draw it out for you. The photographs (I hope) will work in place of drawings. Everytime a piece of wood is taken along that fence at that router bit, it is done so very controlled. This jig will handle up to 10” stock, which is plenty for the trim pieces on the corners of the double-double dovetail joints. It is easy to make it longer with longer sides and threaded rod.
Give the requests a rest…my one finger is bloody from typing.
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I just added a few photos upon another request
-- Odie, Confucius say, "He who laughs at one's self is BUTT of joke". http://woodstermangotwood.blogspot.com/ (my funny blog)