JB weld is great stuff but I don't thing it will say Always a work around, I made a copy of it by using some 1/2" thick MDF and drilled the holes out right.
The screws that come with the Jasper are pan head type you can buy little steel inserts (ACE hardware) that are made to use flat counter sink screws in the type of hole to beef up the plate..
That was another solution that entered my mind, using some of this Lexan I have lying around my shop and re-drilling another using 3/8 inch Lexan. The reason I would use 3/8 is because I can get about as many 3/8 or less cut-offs as I want free, 1/2 I have to buy and it ain't cheap. The 400 or round jig would be the one I use more often since I am going head first into clock building once I get my clock wood surfaced and cut to workable dimensions.
I am leaning toward trying the J-B weld solution first and if that fails go to re-drilling the jig using the 3/8 Lexan.
When something is advertised as being foolproof there is always a better class of fool that comes along to prove them wrong.
Last edited by Ken Bee; 03-06-2012 at 01:02 PM.