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    Simple Adjustable Circle Cutting Jig For Trim Router

    I make a circle jig for a router . Most wood routers will adapt to this jig no matter whether they will take only 1/4" or both 1/2 and 1/4" shank bits. This router jig is made from HMR (High moisture resistant) see detail on this link https://www.sinkwarehouse.com.au/blo...anity-cabinet/ and a variety of other small components detailed in the article and the video.
    This woodworking jig is a great way for the the beginner woodworker to make easy circles for their projects.
    hope this video can give inspired.

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    Thanks Didpoolhall! We've added your Circle Cutting Jig to our Jigs category,
    as well as to your builder page: Didpoolhall's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    Anyone have a good idea for a one or few use hole saw around 100mm diameter to go through hollow brick (the type with lots of small holes) 380mm thick? I was thinking brazing some carbide inserts on a length of pipe might work ok for the few use level. Certainly cheaper than a commercial hole saw that big.

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    Thumbs up Thanks -Well Done!

    Very good idea and video!


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