|Forum topic by a1Jim||posted 04-03-2011 07:55 PM||3664 views||3 times favorited||46 replies|
04-03-2011 07:55 PM
I’m getting ready to teaching a couple half day classes on the router for my local community collage. The first half day class is on the basics how to use routers and it’s different parts and types of routers, pretty basic stuff. The other half of the day is for more advanced folks that have used routers before and introducing tips & jigs I have and I’ve made a bunch new jigs that I didn’t have,some I don’t need because I have some more sophisticated tools to some operations. I’ve searched the web and Ljs and made a number of jigs that a lot of folks here have made but thought I’d ask you all if you have faveriates or other tips I’ve for gotten or I don’t know.
I’ve made TDVs loose tenon mortising and tenon jig, I have a couple exact size dado jigs, a couple circle cutting jigs, an edge band trimming jig,a router stand, a couple small parts jigs,a base plate with two pins for centering, I have a router shelf pin jig, a router box joint jig, a coping sled.fluting base,shop made “D” handle,a dowel making jig.half blind and through Dovetail jigs, router tables.hinge mortise jigs.
I’m sure I’m forgetting something?
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