Thin strip jig

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Project by Woodmaster1 posted 272 days ago 3517 views 15 times favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I using some extra time between projects to build jigs. This is a thin strip jig using an old bearing from a router bit. The piece used to hold it the miter slot was countersunk and cut to spread apart.

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#1 posted 272 days ago

You will get some great use out of this. It even looks like the Rockler version.

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#2 posted 272 days ago

+1 Nailbanger...You saved yourself some $$...Looks good !


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#3 posted 272 days ago

Excellent, I am in the process of building one for my bandsaw.

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#4 posted 271 days ago

home made jigs are the best- looks good!

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#5 posted 271 days ago

I need to make one of these for myself. GREAT idea using the router bearing; thanks !

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#6 posted 271 days ago

Very well done : )

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#7 posted 271 days ago

I like ….!

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#8 posted 84 days ago

I didn’t know about this type of jig until I saw this. It’s brilliant.

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#9 posted 84 days ago

Nice Job!

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