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Dennisgrosen

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#1 posted 1227 days ago

some good idea´s and thought´s behind the combi shootingboard
looking foward to hear more about how it works for you and what you might want to change
after you have used it for a while

thank´s for sharing

Dennis

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TopamaxSurvivor

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#2 posted 1227 days ago

Nice job on these!!

-- "some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them." - D.H. Lawrence

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abie

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#3 posted 1227 days ago

Nice Work
love your posts..
How did you cut the angled 45 degree slots?
That in itself would be a nice post
BT
PS love your Incra jig post
I will attempt this at a later date,
TNX

-- Bruce. a mind is like a book it is only useful when open.

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#4 posted 1226 days ago

Hi Bruce, thanks for the kind words. The slots on the jig were cut with a simple trammel I created. I bought the stock for it, a sheet of acrylic, at Lowes.

I first drilled through the fence and platform together for the alignment of the starting (and ending) holes for the routing. I then used my trim router and a spiral upcut bit to rout out the channels. Successive passes made it easy on the bit and smooth.

I then replaced the bit with a v-groove bit and made 3 or 4 passes on each side for the curved cuts. For the pivot point in the corner I simply rotated the trammel 180 degrees, using one of the grooves as the indexing pin placement for the trammel and plunged down into the corner hole to create a 45 degree bevel.

Hope that make sense.

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