Well its still in the works but I have posted a few pics of my horizontal
router table. I would appreciate any comments or suggestions, ideas. See
what you think.
On Thu, 05 Feb 2004 14:54:31 GMT, "James D Kountz"
I'm thinking along the same lines.
I can see where the z axis adjustment via rotating the vertical panel
will change your x axis stop settings.
I assume that y axis is travelled via the plunge of the router.
nice jig. please keep this thread alive.
Well actually the x and y are both on tracks. I think you can see the two
sets of tracks and guides (X & Y ) in the pics. I built the jig for a fixed
base router but one could use a plunge too I guess. To use the jig you just
mount the workpiece in the clamps then pull the table assembly towards you.
Start the router, plunge the tables in the bit a little and then slide back
and forth. Repeat this to the desired depth. A Multi-Router owner gave me
the advice of plunging both ends of your mortise first. That is to say, go
to one of the stops and plunge all the way in. Go to the other and do the
same. Then retract and make multiple passes between the plunged holes. He
says its just his technique he prefers.
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