|Project by Mainiac Matt||posted 04-07-2014 02:11 AM||2049 views||9 times favorited||22 comments|
I’m embarrassed to admit it, but I started this project some11 years ago :^o
The design came from Woodworkers Journal, though I modified it by using some 1” Birch plywood left over from another project, and by increasing most the hardware to 3/8”. I drafted the swivel parts from a template in the mag. and cut them on the CNC router at work back in 2003. They’ve been sitting on a shelf in my basement ever since. The white rubbing strips are all UHMW poly, and they slide quite smoothly. The swivel support has a sacrificial facing of 1/4” Masonite.
The cut outs in the triangular jig supports are sized to fit your TS fence. But I sold my Craftsman contractors saw and refurbishing an old Jet cabinet saw with a Biesemeyer fence, so I had to re-cut the notches on the band saw.
The fence is adjustable in three ways. The swivel has a stop screw that is adjusted to the 90 deg position. The support plate has a screw that flexes the rubbing strip to square the main plate to the table, and there is another rubbing strip that rides the back of the fence with an adjustment screw to take the play out.
The jig is very solid and stable. Since some of the 1” ply pieces already had stain on them, I stained the entire
project to match and then finished it off with two coats of rattle can poly.
Because I used 1” ply, I can easily subtract 1” from the scale on the fence to position the cuts.
Thanks for looking.
-- Pine is fine, but Oak's no joke!