|Project by Drew||posted 669 days ago||2962 views||33 times favorited||17 comments|
This is one of my jigs that doesn’t get used as much as say my sled or jet mitre jig, but this is one handy jig to help with long width miters. This can be used in place of tilting your blade. I use this to make long miters to wrap say a countertop or a platform with hardwood. This is a great timesaver and one handy friend in the workshop.
First pic is front view with guidefence on trailing edge.
Second pic is from the rear
Third pic shows the construction. Two 45 degree triangles that are inset to allow for adequate clamping room.
Fourth pic shows precut
Fifth pic shows post cut
Sixth pic shows the extended runner (walnut) that is waxed and long to help with binding issues. BTW: I have none with this jig. I keep it well waxed and the length really helps out.
Thanks for looking.
-- Drew -- "I cut it twice and it's still too short!"- Rock-n H Woodshop - Moore, OK