Router Circle Jig

by Roger on August 2, 2012

Use a strip of perforated hardboard cut slightly wider than the router base plate to fabricate a simple shop made circle-cutting jig for your tool.  Cut the strip so that one row of holes runs down the center of the jig.  Use the jig as described above, but attach it to your router and the work piece through the hardboard’s existing perforations.

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Router Circle Jig

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