|Forum topic by a1Jim||posted 07-17-2009 06:51 AM||2920 views||1 time favorited||15 replies|
07-17-2009 06:51 AM
My 1st pie crust tilt top table #2
Were we left off was getting ready to make a jig to make a jig.
next I take a straight edge and make lines corner to corner and then lines from the half way mark forming an X across the center of our melamine. Now I take a measurement half way between the other marks and draw a line between them.
Mistake… I was in a hurry and got my lines off so I did not have equal spacing.
Now I carefully drill a hole in the dead center of all the lines running through all the lines. It is important to have this hole parallel . So I took a piece of 2×4 and drilled a hole in the center to use as a drill guide.
Just barely drill a starter hole and then use the guide to drill no further than 7/16” deep
In the next installment we will start the process of shaping our jig to make our supplemental jigs
Link to Charles Neil “The Maric of Routers
Links to my pie crust table blogs
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