Arched Fluting Router Guide

Cut straight flutes and arched flutes or use as edge guide!
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SKU #9539 (Old/Eagle 400-1297)
$79.00 $
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Rout flutes and dados in arches and curves with this router base plate.

Simply remove your router's existing base plate and mount your router to the fluting jig base. Attach the two guide wings with the ball bearings and provided hardware and you are ready to cut perfect flutes at any length.

  • Easy to adjust guide wings allow you to quickly index the centers of multiple flutes or dados for fast repetitive cuts.
  • Cut straight stock from 1" to 12" wide or cut curved or arched stock from 1" to 5-1/2" wide simply by rotating the guide wings on each end.
  • Removing one of the guide wings creates the perfect edge guide.
  • Works great with plunge bits to create decorative molding. Perfect for routing mirrors, windows and casework.
  • Made from durable, clear and impact resistant 3/8" thick polycarbonate.

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Arched Fluting Router Guide

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Edge Guide Slips by ()
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I was trying to make some beaded case molding with this jig. Five beads equally spaced on several pieces. This jig was exactly what you needed to do this but no matter how tight I made the knobs after adjusting, the edge guide would slip at some point and ruin the piece I was making. I ended up attaching a couple pieces of adhesive backed sandpaper between the lucite parts and that prevented this from happening. You guys should add that or suggest it in your instructions.

Combination Fluting jig and edge guide by ()
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I just received my new Fluting jig yesterday. The instruction were very complete. I have a Porter Cable router and the guides will not allow my cut to be any closer than 7/8" from the edge to C/L. My project I need 1/4" but by using a nut & washer I'm able to get about 1/2". My only other alternative would be to rotate my router 90 degrees, but would make the handles on the C/L,of the template. Not a good way to control the router.

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