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Andybb

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#1 posted 10-10-2017 05:09 AM

I am a huge DIY jig and tool maker and enjoy crafting them but after making band saw, table saw and router jigs for circles I spent $35 on this Jasper jig.

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It does 1/16th” increments from 2-1/4 to 18-3/16-inches in diameter and it will even do inlays of the circles it cuts which is really cool and it’s effortless and deadly accurate. Comes with everything you need.
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I understand if you want to build it yourself too. That’s always fun. There are too many to count on youtube but none I could find that were as accurate as the Jasper. Use the pre drilled holes for your brand router base, stick the pin in the right hole and cut.

Took a run at making this bookmatched guitar stand base shaped like a guitar. Took 15 minutes to cut the hole then cut the walnut insert and tap it in. I don’t work for Jasper but I love the tool.

-- Andy - Seattle USA


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