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Adjuster Jig Illustration by Mike Del Rizzo This adjuster adds accurate, repeatable adjustment to your jigs and fences.It uses a ¼" -20 bolt and a scale to enable accuracy as small as 0.001".The adjuster itself is very easy to make from commonly available parts.
How you mount it and use it will depend on what you are adjusting.It is versatile enough for just about anything, including accurately positioning a router or table saw fence.This particular adjuster is made from a short block of oak and a few pieces of hardware from my local hardware store.
Adjuster with router table Adjuster with drill press Making the AdjusterCut the piece of wood for your adjuster a bit longer than the finished size; you can trim it up later.Drill a 25/64" hole in the wood where you want the adjustment scr*w located and press the coupling nut into it.
Position the two wheels onto the bolt and secure them in place with one of the nuts.Thread the bolt through the coupling nut and position the o-ring on the end opposite the wheels.Screw the second nut onto the bolt so that it is very snug against the o-ring.
This pulls the threads of the bolt up against...