Ok, now it is time to do some test joints. Here is the material I will use to test with. 1/4 MDF and some 1/2 inch Aspen.
I take the aspen material and clamp it together and use the 1/4 bar to offset the front piece.
Ok after a few adjustments back in and out here are the test joints. I am happy with how these look. They are good and tight but not to tight you can assemble them. I didn't quite have the bit high enough in the 1/4 material as you can see.
Ok, it's time to drill the holes since I like the set up. I am using a 1/4 brad point bit. I remove my fence since it will interfere in the drilling. I add a couple more pieces and clamps to hold everything in place since I had to remove the fence.
The holes are drilled and the bolts are placed in the jig. It is fine except due to the router plate supports being real close here to the holes I have to use nuts instead of the wingnuts.
Photo showing the new holes drilled in the top without the jig on. Nice clean holes!
Here I have removed the 1/4 inch jig and installed the 3/8 jig in the same holes. I added a 3/8 straight bit and slid in a 3/8 set up bar and slides just in behind the jig just right! I didn't make any 3/8 inch test joints.
Well that's it! Hope this helps others.