|Forum topic by toddbeaulieu||posted 690 days ago||582 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
690 days ago
After trying my hand at hand made half blinds I decided I don’t have the time to learn everything at once and I have a lot of work to do in the shop to get it to the point where I can have fun with the basics.
I bought the Porter Cable 4216 jig, which has three templates and four bits.
I spent the morning experimenting with it and was able to make some decent joints for a wall cabinet. I didn’t realize that this jig would make rounded tails/pins. In this case I’m fine with that, but I’d really like to be able to make traditional joints, as with drawer fronts.
Is this possible with this jig? Could I use the “through” template for this?