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Has anyone used this jig or have an info on it? It is Rockler item #25791.
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Has anyone used this jig or have an info on it? It is Rockler item #25791.
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The correct number is 25971. I don't use that jig, but if you have a need for that type of jig, the price doesn't seem unreasonable. Many jigs can be shop made...if you're into that.






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I used to use a similar one about 20 years ago, before I decided that I am so inept at joinery that I needed to find some other way to enjoy woodworking, and I found it to be an excellent tool.

I do not agree that you could make an Incra jig on your own in the shop unless you have a fairly substantial precision machining system of some sort. Although many jigs are DIY items, this one is most emphatically not.

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Cabinet man, sorry about wrong number. Some times my finger get going faster than my brain.
I did some additional research on Incra fences and am truely amazed at what their higher end fences can do with some simple templates. They are not cheap but I would love to have one.
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