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    Rolling Mortise Jig for router table

    Good day

    So, I made the new router table and as I mentioned, I made a few "add-on's" that where my dream for long time.

    One of them is the "Rolling Mortise Jig"...it takes a few hours to build it but it's such a pleasure to work with it...I used the same method as I used for the "Rolling Tenon Jig" for the table saw.

    On the pics, you'll see only the construction and some small test...

    In the mean time I made also a router lift so it's even bigger pleasure to work

    The setting looks complicated but actually, takes a few minutes...

    Regards
    niki

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    Schazam!! It is always interesting to see what you will come up with next.

    Quite extensive amount of work and thought went into this device. Thanks for the posting and pictures. I see as much work went into making the posting as well as the project.

    Ever think of making a publishing of your creations, Or at least a web site.

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    Niki, it's always an education following your posts. It seems I get dozens of ideas from each one. Thanks for taking the time to document this and post the pictorial. Those last two pics prove the method works.
    When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. - Hunter S. Thompson
    When the weird get going, they start their own forum. - Vaughn McMillan

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    Niki
    Just outstanding!

    Garry

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    Thank you so much for your kind words

    Bill
    Yes, it take some time to build it but later when I make a mortise in 10~20 seconds...
    No, never thought about publishing
    Web site....my upper limit with computers goes up to posting pictures...but posting here is almost like having web site

    Vaughn
    I like to post many pics so one will understand better...that's the difference between "look what I did" and "look how I did"...
    I'm sure that I also picked-up some (many) ideas from books and Internet and just arranged them in different order...

    The method works like a charm and now that I added the "router lift" (next post) it's even more easier and pleasure.

    Regards
    niki

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    Very, very NEAT, Niki. It's a good solution, and thanks for posting it. I really enjoy seeing other people's jig solutions, even if I don't make or need that particular jig, but it keeps my mind working with Ideas that I might not have thought of that could be used in jigs that I do need and build. Keep up the good work.

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    Thanks again, Niki.
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