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    New Lock miter bit jig from Infinity

    Just saw this posted on another forum. Was designed by Alan Schaffter who also brought you the ibox box joint cutting jig. Here is the link to the jig http://www.infinitytools.com/2-Pc-Lo...ctinfo/00-LMM/
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    Dang that's slick.
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    Very cool.
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    Would love to have one of those but $50.00 on sale I can make a lot of scrap for that price
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Caughron View Post
    Would love to have one of those but $50.00 on sale I can make a lot of scrap for that price
    I thought it was a great deal until I noticed that it didn't include the bit.
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    clever idea but where do you get that HIGH feather board?
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    Seems like if you made a successful lock miter the first time, you could save the pieces and use those to calc the middle of the bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    Seems like if you made a successful lock miter the first time, you could save the pieces and use those to calc the middle of the bit.
    That's what I'm a say'n
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    All I can say is the lock miter bit is one router bit that gives the majority of woodworkers a fit to set up let alone repeat. Here is a jig that can be used to set up the bit in one shot and even do the set up for different thickness pieces to be used on the same joint. If setup for this bit was so obvious and simple a jig like this wouldn't be needed and you wouldn't find woodworkers posting questions on how to set them up on all the different forums.

    Because of a jig like this I was able to do this joint on the first setup and because of this jig.
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