Shop Jig When Working With Sheet Stock Thick Solid Wood Edge Banding Will Give You Greater Design Flexibility Than Thin Commercially Available Iron On Veneer Tape Use This Jig And Your Router To Trim Edge Banding Flush With The Surface Of Your Sheet Stock
Shop jig when working with sheet stock thick solid wood edge banding will give you greater design flexibility than thin commercially available iron on veneer tape use this jig and your router to trim edge banding flush with the surface of your sheet stock is post about Magazine bookmarked by erik with ID 11931936412 was uploaded on 16-03-2019 and has been viewed 417,922 times.
Flush Trim Router Jig Illustration by James Provost When using a router to flush trim the edge banding on sheet stock, you have two options: balance a router equipped with a flush trim bit and fence on the narrow edge of the plywood, or run the router on the face side of the plywood using this jig and a mortising bit.
We think you'll find this jig much more stable than trying to balance the router on the edge.The extended length and extra handle make it extremely steady and easy to control.This version is sized to fit a Porter Cable 690 router (deltaportercable.
com) so you will have to adjust the width to suit the router that you will be using.Making the Jig• Cut all the pieces for the jig to dimension.Install a ¼" spiral bit in your router table, and adjust the fence to rout a 1" slot, ¾" in from each edge of the router mounting plate (A) starting ⅜" at one end.
Cut one slot with the material on one side of the bit and then flip it over to cut the slot on the opposite edge.Mark the position of the fence before removing it, and...