What is a Jasper 400 Circle Jig?
I think I just posted to another request of yours about routers...... Anyway depending on how many holes you are doing and how much adjustment you need to have or are you sure about the Jasper jig?? You can also look at circle templates that you can purchase or make yourself, especial if the holes are smaller dia. I personal don't have a circle jig (yet) but I make my own as needed, they are simple to do.chrissy said:I am very new and I haven't bought a router yet. I just do hobby and craft projects. I have to cut alot of circles and I want to get a router that will be able to have the Jasper 400 circle jig. Does anyone have any suggestions for me?? I could use help and more help.
It is a plastic subbase that has a pattern of holes that allows one to make circles with a router....... Hey just look at the attachment it easier to see then to have me try and explane it in wordstemplate tom said:What is a Jasper 400 Circle Jig?
Thanks Ed now I know what is being talked aboutreible said:It is a plastic subbase that has a pattern of holes that allows one to make circles with a router....... Hey just look at the attachment it easier to see then to have me try and explane it in words
Mikeaniceone2hold said:Tom, the closest tool store to my house has 6 different circle cutting jigs ranging in price from $20-$50. After taking a quick look at them I laughed and dug out a scrap piece of 1/4" Plexiglass and mounted it to my Bosch. Rough size is 6" wide by 24" long. When I need to cut a circle I measure from the center of my bit to the desired length and drill an 1/8" hole for a centering nail to pivot on. This works like a champ.