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  • Simple Router Jig.........

    I needed to make this cut:

    http://www.woodworking.com/dcforum/U...1208902f41.jpg


    So that this would fit:

    http://www.woodworking.com/dcforum/U...230d182d39.jpg

    So I made this simple jig for the Router table....

    http://www.woodworking.com/dcforum/U...3609282d4a.jpg


    http://www.woodworking.com/dcforum/U...48080c2d9e.jpg

    Ain't pretty, but it works.......
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  • #2
    Where there is a need there is a way!
    So whatcha making anyway?
    JJC

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    • #3
      Making a Cradle ( First grandchild is due in March). Those are the rockers for it. Didn't need a jig to hang on the way, so that worked just fine.
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      • #4
        When you guys make all these wonderful things do you order the plans from some one or what? If they are original, would you share them?
        If a butterfly didn\'t have wings, they\'d call it a butterwalk.

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        • #5
          Most of what I make is not from plans. If I am making a desk, I'll setch out the rough size. Then maki it to fit the size I want. Samething with just about anything. The few plans I have used, ended up being changed by me anyway.

          As you passing the stuff along, well, I don't use plans, so it's hard to pass along!




          Such is the case with this Quilt Rack.




          And this........
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          • #6
            K.M.,
            Congratulations on the pending addition of the grandbaby!
            Hope you'll post a picture or two of the finished cradle also.
            Sincerely,
            JJC

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            • #7
              Am I close in guessing that router table sits over Norm Abrams' New Yankee Workshop router station design? Something about it looks familar.

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              • #8
                Not yet! It's one of those round to it things. It's on an open mobile stand as of right now. One of these days when I don't have anything else on the fire I'm going to make a nice cabinet for it.......
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                • #9
                  The way I make furniture is loml sketches it out and I make it. " I need it this high, this wide, this deep and I want____ . Then I go to work on my sketches.
                  SCWood

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