I have been working on the overall project for the last several weeks. The panels and shelves glue ups are done and the initial sanding is done. Next up on the list was to turn the shelves from squares to quarter rounds. So it was time to stop and start making the jigs needed for the project. The Rounding Jig and The Quarter Rounding Sled, the Sliding Dovetail Socket jig, and the router fence for the Pins.
The Rounding Jig is based upon Norms, however my little 9” BS was not up to the task so I modified the design to work with the router table.
The Quarter Round Jig is also Norms, after testing I added the hold down clamps and the handle. The blanks are cut to rough size using the Jig Saw and then put on the sled and the rounding is completed at the router table.
Here are the shelves, almost to final size (Left some room to play with)
The nice thing afterwards was I able to add to the wall-o-jigs! The handle and the hold downs came off of course.
Next up the Sockets and Pins!
-- //FC - Round Rock, TX - "Experience is what you get just after you need it"