Looking good,nice job,,your set to enjoy the cam board and I sure you will,,,,I know I said this b/4 but it will hold anything you want to router,it doesn't need to fit in the box..
just drop on the board and turn and lock cams in place, it's that quick and easy,,many will say why all the holes ( cam hold down screws holes) the stock is not always the same size, from the blank stock to the template if it's needed..once done your set for almost and project
once you use a time or two you will start thinking about the drill press they work on almost any tool you have and once you have the cams your set for almost any job..
cutting,sanding ,drilling,cutting the hard to hold,hand planing,hand chisel work,etc.
Just for kicks I put a picture in for the blank cam stock below..it can be cut to any size, 3/8" thick to 2 1/2" tall..and still use the same ALLEN screws on all..
ive had limited time in shop lately due to health problems in family.
i have had my camboard ready to drill for awhile and finally got some time to work on it.
i fianlly got a new battery for my old camera andwill post pictures.
there are a couple of pictures of the camboard,plus some of the first jig i made to hold the templates. i think i am gonna really enjoy the camboard. i still have to make more cams Attachment 26664 Attachment 26665 Attachment 26666 Attachment 26667