Jigs

plane for edgebreaking

comments (0) October 22nd, 2012 in Jigs

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This is a simple jig for edgebreaking after instead of before a workpiece is made.Particularly after fixing together tenon and mortise,because with this jig you can reach till the edges.

The blade of this jig is from a cutter,used for cutting off the veneer that is glued on the edges of tables (for example).You can make this jig from scrap (beech/oak wood or waterresistant plywood).

If you want greater edgebreaking, it's better to make two of those jigs, so you don't have to set the blade twice.  



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