Using The

RAIL-

SEAT BLANK

4

WORK

SURFACE

PIVOT PIN

IS! ide the seat bla nk into the open ing between the jig base and side rails. Then push the pivot pin up through the base into the centerhole in the ivorkpiece.

RAIL

42" RADIUS

MARK A 42"- RADIUS ARC

WORKPIECE Q. \

q RAILS MUST BE PARALLEL TO PREVENT ROUTER BASE FROM BINDING

THICKNESS OF SEAT BLANK

DRILL W HOLE THROUGH CENTER OF BASE

CROSS SECTION

ROUTER BASE

USE ROUTER'S ORIGINAL BASE TO LOCATE MOUNTING HOLES

SHOULDER-TO-SHOULDER DISTANCE MUST FIT BETWEEN RAILS

DRILL 1" HOLE IN CENTER OF BASE FOR BIT

SHOULDER-TO-SHOULDER DISTANCE MUST FIT BETWEEN RAILS

DRILL 1" HOLE IN CENTER OF BASE FOR BIT

ROUTER BASE

USE ROUTER'S ORIGINAL BASE TO LOCATE MOUNTING HOLES

COUNTERBORE SHANK HOLE

3Thespinn ing router bit will turn the workpiece, so hold the piece firmly as you adva nee the router. Or you can use wedges to hold the seat blank in position.

4 After making one pass unth the router, rotate the workpiece and make another. For best control of the ivorkpiece, all successive cuts should overlap slightly.

WITH FREE HAND

2 Mount a straight bit in the router and set the router across the rails. Adjust the cutting depth of the bit so it enters the workpiece l1/^from the edge.

WITH FREE HAND

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