Section View Of Pin Indexing And Router Plunge Boring

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perfectly aligned on the centerline shared by all the other holes. And to bore that last hole, you have to turn the router 180 degrees, so the indexing pin is on the opposite side of the bit.

If need be, ensure that the fence is properly aligned for the last hole by fitting the '/¿-inch bit in the router. Orient the router as it will be when boring that last hole. With the router turned off, plunge the bit and fit it into a hole, with the indexing pin fitting into the adjacent hole. If you can do that.and the fence is tight against the baseplate.you are set. But if the fence is out of position in any way, unclamp it. shift it so it is tightly against the baseplate, and reclamp it. Now switch back to the 1 . Inch hit and horc the last hole.

Yes. this is a lot of busywork. But you only have to do it once to get the template right. And having die template right will ensure Uiat you save time every time you use the template.

6. Trim the template. Before unclamping the fence, strike a pencil line along its edge. Remove the fence, and use the pencil line—which parallels the centerline of the template holes—to trim the template to its final size.

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