Author Topic: An angle jig for the Veritas Domino Joinery Table  (Read 296 times)

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Offline ChuckS

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An angle jig for the Veritas Domino Joinery Table
« on: November 13, 2022, 04:09 PM »
I had a hinged jig for drilling compound angles on the drill press table. I added support arms to it to make the platform adjustable to any angles between 10* and 55* or so. The angle jig was used to mortise workpieces for a bunch of octagonal trays. Photos show the test run:







In actual execution, a fence (strip) was c-clamped to the angle jig to guide the positioning of the workpiece.This has been the 4th project that benefited from the joinery table since its acquisition.

P.S. For about $100 US - $120 US, one can buy an adjustable angle tilt platform. Or, if you have time, you can build one like mine with hardware and scrap materials for $10 or less.

« Last Edit: November 13, 2022, 05:05 PM by ChuckS »

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