Router Cut Pocket Holes Revisited

Router Cut Pocket Holes Revisited Woodworking Jigs

Router cut pocket holes revisited is post about Woodworking Jigs bookmarked by curtis with ID 11749324529 was uploaded on 06-03-2019 and has been viewed 296,705 times.

I liked Michael Csontos' idea for making pocket holes with a router and a sliding ramp (Fine Woodworking #134, p.20).But the fixture seemed complicated to build, and it limited the width of workpiece that could be used.

Here's another approach that doesn't limit the size of the workpiece.This approach uses the router's steel fence rods as sliding rails...

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I liked Michael Csontos' idea for making pocket holes with a router and a sliding ramp (Fine Woodworking #134, p.20).But the fixture seemed complicated to build, and it limited the width of workpiece that could be used.Here's another approach that doesn't limit the size of the workpiece.This approach uses the ... Router cut pocket holes revisited is article about Woodworking Jigs bookmarked by douglas with ID 11749324529 was uploaded on 06-03-2019 and has been viewed 296,705 times.

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