Spline jig

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This topic contains 18 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Charlie James 1 month ago.

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  • #5053

    Charlie James
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    I needed a quick spline jig. Scrap ply, glue and pin nailer. Front to back must be square as well as the side rails.

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  • #5058

    Charlie James
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    Here’s another picture…

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  • #5062

    Charlie James
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    Well, I’ll try agin..

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  • #5065

    Joe Bottigliere
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    Sounds like something nice to look at. Too bad the pictures are coming through.
    How about a miter jig. Maybe miter jig pictures are easier for you. Try one of those.

  • #5066

    Charlie James
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    Maybe I’ll use the money I collect for a camera? I tried the others 1 at a time and it didn’t work…Well, you get the idea.

  • #5067

    Charlie James
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    This is the shooting board…If it comes out…

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  • #5069

    Joe Bottigliere
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    Well, all I can say is I hope the jigs came out better than the pictures …

    Maybe it’s my machine. Sometimes the filters block things from coming through. Anyway, I’m sure they are very nice, Charles.

  • #5070

    Charlie James
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    Ha! Might be the operator? I can send them to you on email, maybe you’ll have better luck posting them?

  • #5071

    Joe Bottigliere
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    Sure

  • #5086
    Ben Nawrath
    Ben Nawrath
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    The shooting board pic showed.

  • #5087

    Charlie James
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    Yeah, not sure what the deal is with the site or my pics but you get the picture…Ha!

  • #5088

    Joe Bottigliere
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    At Charlie’s behalf I will attempt to post his pictures.

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  • #5090

    Joe Bottigliere
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    It seems I can only attach one pic at a time.

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  • #5092

    Joe Bottigliere
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    Pic #4

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  • #5094

    Joe Bottigliere
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    Seems to be working. Pic #3

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  • #5097

    Joe Bottigliere
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    Last Pic # 5

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  • #5099

    Charlie James
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    Thanks very much for trying Joe. Only 3 came out. Oh well…Not really built for beauty but they worked and you get the idea from the pics that did show…

  • #5100

    Joe Bottigliere
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    I don’t know why the others didn’t come through. I tried to resize them before putting them up but it wouldn’t let me. We get the idea. I like it. I would typically tilt the blade to 45 deg to make that cut on my radial arm saw. Assuming you make the jig accurately (no doubt you did), keeping the blade consistently at 90 means more consistency in your cuts.

  • #5101

    Charlie James
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    Yeah, I try never to move the blade from 90 degrees, I just keep it set to 90 and make jigs to meet whatever angle I’m looking for.

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