Greetings one and all, it has been a long time since I've posted here,
but I know that someone out there can help me with a question. I am
helping a friend build an entertainment center and I am looking for a
lead on a flush trim jig plan that I know I saw in Woodsmith sometime
in the last 6 years or so. It is a jig that allows you to use a flush
trimming bit to clean up edge banded solid stock attached to plywood.
Specifically, it has a handle and a large guide that indexes off the
flat stock, thus allowing you to run the router along the edge of the
sheet. Hopefully this sounds familiar as I am
I've burned up a bunch of time searching for this online and the best
that I managed was a thumbnail picture on Woodsmith's site. Hopefully,
someone will remember this jig and be able to point me at the right
issue - I've struck out with the various online indicies.