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Since I finished my router table, I've been makng some jigs that keeps me busy.
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Lito - that is some good-looking work! With properly planned and constructed jigs - almost anything done with a router can be done better. Keep-up the good work!

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The jig looks good, need to added blind mortising capability. What is the first image above, could you expand the image?

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Forgot one thing, the hardware you used, what are they and where did you get them?

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The first one is a coping jig and all knobs are from rockler.com the secong one is exact dado jig and the last one is circle jig for bandsaw
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The first one is a coping jig and all knobs are from rockler.com the secong one is exact dado jig and the last one is circle jig for bandsaw
#! & & #3 are interesting, however your dado is similar to mine. What I did is use two boards at 66 " long each. The two smaller boards you have on the bottom, I put on top. I added a t slot one inch inside the outside edge. This has the following requirements:
1 You must clamp the stationary board to a work area and support it at the size of work piece.
2 If you require a blind mortise, as I currently do on my current project, My adjustable slots allow the small boards to set the end points for the router, also the width of the mortise on all sides.

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Good looking jigs Lito. Keep um coming. Roy
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heh ... making jigs keeps me busy too. unlike yours, mine are pitiful and amaturish though.

if i ever actually DO make something with this stuff, it will really be something to celebrate!
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I made another circle jig for router table use
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