Backer Board

Rout tails on the sides.This jig has adjustable fingers so that you can vary the distance between the pins and tails. Clamp a stop block at the end to avoid routing tails where the drawers go. A friend told me that he just made everything flush to begin with and skipped the stepped blocks. I tried that method, and it worked great. I used a good crosscut blade to trim the ends of each board to make them very smooth. I set up the Omnijig so the dovetails were as flush to each other as I could get...

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To get 10 off a 30 order, simply place your order at Rockler.com by entering promotion code V9312 at checkout. Or bring coupon to a Rockier store near you.One-time use only. Minimum purchase of 30 in qualifying merchandise required. Cannot be applied to sales tax or shipping. No cash value. Cannot be combined with other offers or coupons.Valid at Rockier retail stores only. Not valid at Rockier Partner store locations. Excludes sale items, power tools, Leigh jigs. Porter-Cable dovetail jigs....

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Creative Director Vern Johnson Director of Photography Jason Zentner Design Consultants Impress, Inc. A ROUTER'S ABILITY to CUt, shape, carve and drill makes it one of woodworking's most versatile tools. Its usefulness continues to expand, as evidenced by the large number of new accessories, bits and jigs that come to market every year. And its popularity is underscored by manufacturers' ongoing efforts to improve the machine itself. This issue of American Woodworker is our 10th annual Router...