|Project by molarman||posted 12-17-2007 05:35 AM||10392 views||39 times favorited||9 comments|
A while back I saw a post on a ww forum (don’t remember which one) where a stop was made for the Keller dovetail jig. The recommended procedure for the Keller is to cut the tail boards first and then scribe a line on the pin boards corresponding to the position of one of the tails. The pin board is then placed on to the jig and once properly lined up, is offset from the position of the original tail board. It would have been nice if this offset did not exist, thus allowing the user to place the boards in the same position on each side of the jig. In any event, the post I saw a while back not only acted as a stop for both tail and pin boards but also had the offset built into it.
I decided that this would be quite handy to have so I created my own.
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