Shop Jig To Cut A Consistent Angle On The Table Saw With Safety And Precision Use A Shop Made Tapering Jig
Shop jig to cut a consistent angle on the table saw with safety and precision use a shop made tapering jig is article about Magazine bookmarked by jessie with ID 1962781112 was uploaded on 24-01-2019 and has been viewed 219,425 times.
Tapering Jig Illustrations by Mike Del Rizzo SUPPLY CHECKLIST1/2" Baltic birch plytwo 1/4" x 2" carriage boltstwo knobs (female configuration)two horizontal style toggle clampspaste waxUnlike other tapering jigs that have a pair of arms connected with a hinge, this version features a moveable fence with an end stop, mounted to a base.
The jig also includes a couple of hold down clamps to grip the wood, allowing you to concentrate on using the jig.While this jig is designed to cut tapers on your table saw it could also be used to put a clean edge on rough lumber.
Making the Jig• To keep this jig light and rigid, use ½" Baltic birch plywood.You can modify the suggested dimensions to suit the kind of tapering you need to do.The fence is simply two layers of ply glued together and then squared up on the table saw.
• Use a spiral bit in a router table to rout the two stopped grooves in the fence and the base for the carriage bolts.Rout out a recess to accommodate the head of the carriage bolt on the underside of the base.
Dowel the fence stop to the fence.• Adjust the jig so that the...