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Working on making a mortising block( Bill Hylton) but confused on his instruction of the guide track, attaching the edge guide that slides in the track to the Router? How is this done? Rules don't allow the URL, yet, but I found the site under woodworkers journal project tenons and mortises. Hope someone can clear this up for me.
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Hi Mary welcome to the forum
Can't help with the question sorry to say but hold out a few and someone will be along to help lol
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is this the one you are talking about ??


Mortise jig for Hand held router - YouTube

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Working on making a mortising block( Bill Hylton) but confused on his instruction of the guide track, attaching the edge guide that slides in the track to the Router? How is this done? Rules don't allow the URL, yet, but I found the site under woodworkers journal project tenons and mortises. Hope someone can clear this up for me.



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Welcome to the forum Mary.

The video posted by bobj3 is one that I made based on the one in Router Magic by Bill Hylton with some additions from his improved version in Woodworking with the router.

Here is Bill's video from youtube:

Router Joinery Basics: Loose Tenons - YouTube

I will get mine out of the shed and try and answer any questions you have.

PS; what make/model router are you going to use, and what edge guide do you have for the router. This may make a difference.

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Welcome aboard Mary. I've not built the mortising jig, but the things I've built or adapted from Mr. Hylton's Router Magic have made that book the single best investment I've made in woodworking tools. Full drawings and measurements, but with text that provides the info I need to look at Bill's ideas and think for myself.

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