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Forum topic by Beeguy posted 11-12-2011 11:05 AM 4336 views 0 times favorited 3 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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11-12-2011 11:05 AM

Topic tags/keywords: jig router

Has anyone ever used the Router-Ease Guide? A few years ago there was a YouTube segment reviewing this tool. That video is no longer available, or at least I can’t find it. The tool is a set of adjustable rails that your router rides inside which allows cutting accurate dados, mortise, sink openings in countertops and some others.

Just wondering if anyone owns a unit or has used one and what you think of it.


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#1 posted 11-12-2011 03:41 PM

Here is a link to what you can use to accomplish the same (and more) tasks than the router ease guide will allow you to do.

Router skis

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#2 posted 11-12-2011 04:56 PM

When I have a choice, I much prefer to guide my router bit with a bushing in a slot, as opposed to an guide system that you run the edge of the base against (like the router-ease guide).

One reason for this is that most routers do not have round bases and you have to be careful about not twisting the router because twisting the router can alter the distance from the edge of the base to the bit.

-- Rich, Cedar Rapids, IA - I'm a woodworker. I don't create beauty, I reveal it.

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#3 posted 11-12-2011 05:30 PM

KIS—keep,it simple , i use a t square the i made out of oak wood that haddle most dado’s and dtrate cuts or i can all so use my leigh jig to do dados and siding dados and if your cutting sink holes i wood make a templet and a gide bushing . it all depens on what job you are trying to accomplished i find the router will do lots of tasks around the shop . good luck

-- kayakdude

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