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See it in Motion: Bandsaw Jig for Curved Parts

comments (4) May 29th, 2012 in blogs, videos

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Video Length: 1:15
Produced by: Matt Kenney


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Modified Circle-Cutting Jig for Curved Parts

In Fine Woodworking #227, furniture maker Michael Fortune explains how to construct a contemporary café chair. The jig he uses to cut the ribs for the seat and back is actually a modified version of a simple circle cutting jig for the bandsaw. The foundation of the jig is an adjustable center point in an adjustable arm that is clamped to the bandsaw's table. Fortune then places a particle board base onto the center point. One side of the base is for cutting the inside curve of the ribs and the other side is for cutting the outside curve. You can see it in action in the video above, and learn how to build and use the jig in his article, A Revolution in Chairmaking.



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Comments (4)

woodygrandad woodygrandad writes: I agree with some of the comments there are no details and leaves it to your own imagination.
Posted: 9:26 am on June 24th

Sierramtns Sierramtns writes: Not very usefull. Needs description of jig.
Posted: 1:27 pm on October 24th

skykinghzy skykinghzy writes: kinda non descrip as bandsaw videos go.
Posted: 4:51 pm on September 7th

bigyelo bigyelo writes:
Posted: 1:43 am on July 1st

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