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Guys. Anyone know if I can get a shop made fluting jig in steel for use on turned legs while they're still centred on a lathe?
I made one in timber but it's too light and I can't get the collar that grips the router to tighten enough. The jig I mean is an L - shaped foot that carries the router horizontally with the ability to raise and lower the router height. The whole shebang runs on a sheet of MDF placed across the lathe bed and I use it for fluting legs etc. I believe they are available ready-made but can't find one. Any leads?
 

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Thanks Bj. I guess I'm a bloke with a lathe trying to accomodate a router while you're comimg at it from a different angle. If I'm reading it right, could I make barley twist legs with this jig?
 
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