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Repeatable Curves with a Bandsaw Jig

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This jig helps you cut repeatable curves on the bandsaw. Click here for more details on making it.
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This jig helps you cut repeatable curves on the bandsaw. Click here for more details on making it. - CLICK TO ENLARGE

This jig helps you cut repeatable curves on the bandsaw. Click here for more details on making it.

Photo: Marcia Ryan

Designed by Michael C. Fortune 

Cut repeatable curves with this finger jig and a pattern. This jig carefully guides a bandsaw blade around a pattern. The blade is positioned within the notch at the end of the finger. The distance the finger protrudes past the blade determines the amount of wood overhanging the edge of the pattern when the cut is complete.

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