Shop Jig This Jig Will Enable You To Make Precise Height Adjustments On Your Table Saw Blade Or Router Table Bits
Shop jig this jig will enable you to make precise height adjustments on your table saw blade or router table bits is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by lloyd with ID 150257747 was uploaded on 27-02-2019 and has been viewed 212,061 times.
Height Adjuster Illustration by James Provost There is often a need to adjust the height of a saw blade or router bit accurately.Using a ruler or small square is imprecise, while specialist devices are somewhat expensive.
It seemed to me that it should be possible to use a relatively inexpensive dial indicator with a suitable mounting to give a precise height indication directly as the blade or bit is raised or lowered.
The jig that I made, which is the result of several attempts, is easy to use and accurate to 0.001".The dial I used has a ¾" long by ⅜" diameter extension housing below the dial.If you use a dial of a different size you will have to change the dimensions accordingly.
Supply Checklist:Dial Indicator - busybeetools.com or leevalley.com2" x 2 3/8" x 3" Close-grained hard wood (maple, walnut, beech)3/8" x 3/4" x 1" Plexi-glass or Lexan#8 - 1 3/4" screwsEpoxy glueMake the Support Block• Cut the wooden support block to size.
• Drill and countersink the hole for the clamping scr*w in the front of the block, ⅜" from the top and ½" from the right hand side.• Drill a ⅜" diameter hole 1" deep in the center of the top of the block.