|Project by SkolVikes||posted 02-08-2012 02:49 AM||9800 views||46 times favorited||31 comments|
Not sure if anyone else uses laminate flooring for jig bases, but I’ve used it for this coping sled and a miter key sled for the router table. It’s thin, but has very little flex to it. The thin base saves me from buying an extension collet to raise the bit height high enough to make the cut. The trick is to glue the tongue and groove and as long as there’s going to be a couple rails screwed to each end (like in this sled), it won’t snap in half. Stuff works good for a zero clearance insert too.
This sled is 10” x 15”.