Router Jigs For Circles And Dadoes
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Trim routers are great for small operations.I wanted to make some precisely fitting holes for flower pots, but the circle cutting jig for my full-size router was too big.So I decided to make a small version for my trim router.
Additionally, I wasn't thrilled about the fence that came with my trim router, and wanted something that worked better.How about a router jig that had both a circle cutter and an adjustable fence for dadoes, grooves and flutings? This is what I came up with, and how to make it.
Start with a piece of good 1/2″ plywood.Make the base 7″ x 18″ with an over-size 1/4″ slot cut down the center to accept a T-bolt.Add two guides 1″ X 12-1/2″, spaced 3″ apart.Mount the router base centered side to side and 3″ from the front edge of the jig base and cut a hole for the bits to go through.
The circle cutter pivot pin is a 1/8″ x 1-1/4″ machine bolt, double-nutted with a star washer mounted in a 3″ x 7″ block.I positioned the bolt 1″ back from the front edge.The pivot bolt is held in place with a counter sunk nut on the...