This one at an hundred quid is 70 cheaper than the Trend one but the apertures for the hinges seems fixed: http://www.screwfix.com/app/sfd/cat/lrgimg_popup.jsp ;jsessionid=UDS51DVSXW4LICSTHZPCFEY?productId489&imageNo=null&ts858
This one looks totally unadjustable: http://www.tooled-up.com/ZoomPicture.asp?PID 3872&IMG=TB27688.jpg
And while I am on the subject of door jigs: http://www.trendmachinery.co.uk/hjig /
Anyone know why a simple ally extrusion with what must take seconds for a machine to rout out the appropriate holes and minutes for unskilled assemblers to stick together the assorted blocks inside, should cost more than a 110V router?
And a degree of price fixing going on here too.
BTW I am getting myself one this week, so if any lurker wishes me to knock out a simple jig from it to do the same thing -minus all the bells and whistles, just e-mail me with the hinge sizes, rebate depths and the positions he wants the hinges set at.