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Posted on Does anyone have experience using the Leigh FMT Pro Frame Mortising and tenoning jig?

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mazzy

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#1 posted 01-26-2014 03:54 PM

Great idea on the filler blocks!!! That would be a very simple and workable approach. Another idea would be to start the curved rail with a simple rectangle 5.5×60 and then plunge rout the mortise cuts to the desired length along the projected arc. This would require being able to route approximately 1 inch deep to varying depths maximum of 3 inches deep. Then after all mortises are routed cut the curviture profile into the rail (would be done simply on my cnc router). But the major question is whether or not the plunge router/jig setup could use a 4 inch long bit.

Great idea on the filler blocks. Thanks,
Mazzy

-- Mazzy, San Francisco Bay Area, http://www.woodworkwonders.com


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