4 Simple Shop Made Router Jigs
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Improve your router techniques with these four simple, shop-made router jigs that are easy to use and just as easy to build.I'm a power-tool woodworker.Sure I use hand tools for some parts of furniture building, specifically when cutting dovetails.
But I doubt you'll ever catch me with a Bridge City Tool Works VP-60, Veritas router plane or a Lie-Nielsen shoulder plane if I'm trying to complete a project quickly.It's just not my thing.The jobs completed with those tools, I accomplish with my router and a router jig.
The next time you venture into your shop to work on a project, take a survey of what's stacked around your shop.I'll bet you have the material to create a boatload of simple, useful jigs that, when combined with your router, will increase your woodworking abilities.
The routing techniques shown in this article are a combination of the correct router bits along with dirt-simple jigs made from leftover pieces from other projects, such as scraps and plywood.A Square-platform Jig We all know you can guide your router by placing the router's base against an edge to make a straight cut, but who wants to calculate the offset of the base each...