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Question Hi andrew here,looking for info on circle/ellipse jigs

Ineed info on circle/ellipse jig from rockler, I.e. dounuts
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Welcome to the forum, Andrew.

Any circle jig can be used to cut doughnuts. Make sure you have the "doughnut" secured so that it does not spin into the cutter when you cut all the way through the material.

The Rockler Ellipse and Circle Jig - YouTube

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Depending on what size you want, a hole saw can be used also.

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