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    Well I think its awesome anyway, here are some pics with a key item missing. Do you know what it is?



    Jon

    Phoenix AZ - It's a dry heat
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    Sliding Dovetail Jig
    Gary

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    • #3
      Hmmmm -- a stand to hold your hand held router?? What'd I win, huh, huh, what'd I win???
      Bernie

      Owww -- That spinnin' thang hurt!!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by BerniePA View Post
        Hmmmm -- a stand to hold your hand held router?? What'd I win, huh, huh, what'd I win???
        Close but not quite there yet.
        Jon

        Phoenix AZ - It's a dry heat
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        We all make mistakes and I should know I've made enough of them
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        • #5
          A jig to hold your router while attempting to cut mortises horizontally?

          Greg

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          • #6
            [QUOTE=poolhound;379787]Well I think its awesome anyway, here are some pics with a key item missing. Do you know what it is?

            It is in your shop and you are asking if I know what it is! I am half a continent away! Have you called the county for your mental acuity testing? Are you sure it is even your shop? Or your Jig?
            Often in error - Never in doubt

            Mike

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            • #7
              I have no idea what it is. But it must be something I need.

              Ed
              Do you know about kickback? Ray has a good writeup here... https://www.sawdustzone.org/articles...mare-explained

              For a kickback demonstration video http://www.metacafe.com/watch/910584...demonstration/

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              • #8
                Originally posted by shoottx View Post
                It is in your shop and you are asking if I know what it is! I am half a continent away! Have you called the county for your mental acuity testing? Are you sure it is even your shop? Or your Jig?
                All good questions, I will have to ask myself and see what I say
                Jon

                Phoenix AZ - It's a dry heat
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                We all make mistakes and I should know I've made enough of them
                techzibits.com

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                • #9
                  OK I will put you out of your misery.

                  Yes it is for a router. The slot in the front plate registers onto the flat sides of the spindle and then you can change bits with only one wrench - Yeehaa!

                  No more wrestling with two wrenches and the jig holds the router nice and steady

                  Jon

                  Phoenix AZ - It's a dry heat
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                  We all make mistakes and I should know I've made enough of them
                  techzibits.com

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                  • #10
                    Very clever. Is this your original idea? If it is, I would certainly send it in to one of the magazines. I have never seen anything like it before, but it's so simple.

                    Great job!
                    Joe

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                    • #11
                      I wish it was my idea but alas no. It came from this book, which I borrowed from the library and thought it was one of the best of its type I have seen so I just ordered my own copy.

                      http://www.amazon.com/Tauntons-Compl.../dp/1561587702
                      Jon

                      Phoenix AZ - It's a dry heat
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                      We all make mistakes and I should know I've made enough of them
                      techzibits.com

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by poolhound View Post
                        I wish it was my idea but alas no. It came from this book, which I borrowed from the library and thought it was one of the best of its type I have seen so I just ordered my own copy.

                        http://www.amazon.com/Tauntons-Compl.../dp/1561587702
                        So I would imagine the guessing game has just started. And the only way to ruin the game is to beg, barrow or steal the book.

                        The jig really is a great idea. I hope it will serve you well for a long time.

                        The problem I have with these kind of jigs is finding a place where they are readily accessible and convenient to use. But you have a much neater shop than I.
                        Often in error - Never in doubt

                        Mike

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by shoottx View Post
                          So I would imagine the guessing game has just started. And the only way to ruin the game is to beg, barrow or steal the book.

                          The jig really is a great idea. I hope it will serve you well for a long time.

                          The problem I have with these kind of jigs is finding a place where they are readily accessible and convenient to use. But you have a much neater shop than I.
                          Do you mean guessing how to make it? Its pretty much like it looks. SOme scrap plywood made to fit the specifc dimensions of your router. The joinery is highly complex i.e. glue and brads
                          Jon

                          Phoenix AZ - It's a dry heat
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                          We all make mistakes and I should know I've made enough of them
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                          • #14
                            That book is one of the absorbing/interesting I've read on ww-ing. As much as Hylton's router books are.

                            There are many similar, simple but effective jigs in it.

                            It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.
                            - Aristotle

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                            • #15
                              Daedal ... but only in one sence.

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