|Project by watermark||posted 551 days ago||2813 views||15 times favorited||9 comments|
I used the rails from my Alaskan mill as guides for this router jig. Carriage bolts go through the 2×4s to hold the rails in place and nuts on both sides of the board are used to level. The idea was to have guides for the jig I didn’t need to plain before using them after sitting between jobs. These pics are from my test run and I will be adding holes to the 2×4s for clamping them in place and I am sure a lot of other adaptations as time goes on.
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