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Countertop Connector Jig I recently had the challenge of making cabinets for a ninety-foot yacht.The cabinets were larger than the actual door into the room.This meant that everything had to be knocked down and assembled on site and I needed to find something to hold the joints together tightly, once the cabinets were assembled.
For this, I used a countertop connector jig.Before I get to the connector jig itself, I want to take a look at the template guide, which is one of the most useful attachments for making this, or other jigs, with the router.
The template guide attaches to the auxiliary sub-base of your router, usually with a nut (see Lead photo).One important aspect of the template guide and the auxiliary sub-base is the sizes they will take.
If you plan on using your router with many different jigs then, when you are looking for a router, look for one that accepts universal hole sizing.Of course, if your router does not have universal sizing, you can still use the jig, but it will mean that you have to get the template guide custom machined at a local machine shop.
You can avoid this expense in the...