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Thread: Plunge Router Mortising Jig

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    London, Ohio

    Plunge Router Mortising Jig

    Good Aftenoon Friends,
    I have made a jig that helped me in making a Greene and Greene Style table mortising the spline joint at the table edge and breadboard end and I thought that if any of you folks are interested just contact me via email and I will send you some drawings.

    Here are Three pictures of the jig;
    The first one is an overview, the second one is the back end of the jig and finally the last one is showing the front end. Notice the stop for the router to be in the correct location to start the mortise. You will need a spiral up cut bit.
    Last edited by Ralph Jones; 04-14-2008 at 04:42 PM. Reason: Explanation of pictures, correct spelling
    Ralph Jones

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2007
    N. Ga.
    Looks good

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    London, Ohio

    Plunge Router mortising Jig

    Hello Friends,
    I just placed two drawings of my plunge router mortising jig in the mail.
    One to Joe Barton and the other to Glenn Bradley, I hope you fellows will find them easy to build and the uses is many. Just think when you need to make a mortise in the edge of a board all you have to do is clamp this jig onto the board and plunge the mortises which is quicker than to set up a dedicated mortising machine.

    Good luck,
    Ralph Jones

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