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I live in the Central Florida area and as many of you know,we have been devastated by the recent hurricanes. (three in 1 month) My wife is now wanting me to build hurricane shutters for all the windows. We have been scurrying around trying to get plywood to nail up after each hurricane,and plywood is as scarce as hens teeth before the storm hits.

Does anyone out there know how I can make a jig to make for the router to make the slats needed for the shutters ? :confused:

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Thanks guys for all your replies to my dilemma. I think I will be using some of the ideas given on the sites you all recommended.

And thank you all for your concern for us in the southern states and our weather this year.
 

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I have a 3 1/4hp. Frued router (mounted under a table) and a 1 1/2 hp.router handheld,10" Table saw, 14"Bandsaw,10" sliding compound mitersaw,and various other hand and power tools. All this is set up in my garage,which is cluttered with other houshold junk. I have checked out some of the other sites from previous replies,but they are all for decorative indoor shutters. I would like to built some that are more substantial and practical for outdoor mounting.

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No, I don't have a mitre gauge for the router table. My router table consists of a board,sitting on two saw horses, with a Rousseau base plate mounted in it. I sent for your plans to build the table from your program but have not,as yet, built it.

Thanks for the quick response!
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