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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-29-2020, 03:22 PM
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That's been my go-to approach, but I like your jig much better.
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That's been my go-to approach, but I like your jig much better.
I finally got around to using it this week - had a few mods to make in the process. Overall, setup is pretty quick and feels very secure once itís ready. Did three boards...and a cheese board from a highly figured piece of Maple.
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Looks good. Where I first saw the jig was in a mantle factory I worked at for a short while. They were using a long narrow version of it to make stopped flutes in the faces of columns that the mantles sat on. One pass against either side and then added another spacer that sat on top and against the fence on either side and that put a groove down the center. By adding a spacer at the ends we made the two outside grooves shorter than the center one. I liked the looks of that so much I did it on my own mantle at home. Just saying that that design of jig has other applications too.
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Looks good. Where I first saw the jig was in a mantle factory I worked at for a short while. They were using a long narrow version of it to make stopped flutes in the faces of columns that the mantles sat on. One pass against either side and then added another spacer that sat on top and against the fence on either side and that put a groove down the center. By adding a spacer at the ends we made the two outside grooves shorter than the center one. I liked the looks of that so much I did it on my own mantle at home. Just saying that that design of jig has other applications too.
Interesting - Iíll keep that approach in mind if I need to flute. Thanks for the industrial grade insight, Chuck.
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Nice Idea.
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