Armed with only our Concealed Hinge Drilling Guide and a hand drill, you can drill perfectly positioned cup holes for your concealed hinges. Since there's no need for a drill press, you'll save both money and space in your shop. We've redesigned our jig with some new conveniences while keeping the basic functionality so popular with customers. Each guide now features an integral spring clamp that holds the guide in place as you drill. No adjustment is required for the clamp, but more importantly, the clamp also doubles as a foot. It is designed to rest on your benchtop (or the floor) and provide firm support as you apply downward pressure with the drill bit. To support the other end of the door, simply use scrap blocks or Bench Cookies (sold separately). A long shank Forstner bit (sold separately) to match your hinge cup size is required to use the jig. Carbide bits are recommended. To get fast, repeatable drilling setups for multiple hinges, see our JIG IT Deluxe Concealed Hinge Drilling System (53420, sold separately).Features:An ideal hinge cup drilling solution for small shops, or for jobsite workTemplate guide is solid steel for durabilityTemplate is secured in place with sturdy metal threaded holesIntegral clamp attaches guide securely to your doorClamp doubles as foot, providing firm support as you drillUse scrap blocks or Bench Cookies to support outer edgeCenter line perfectly positions the templateOffsets are adjustable for both face frame and frameless constructionTemplate bases have non-marring bottoms
The Original Incra Jig:Even the novice woodworker can produce beautiful joinery on the router table.Easily create joints such as dovetails, box and double dovetails with precision.Comes with FREE 1-hour instructional DVD and joint-making templates ($19.99 Value)Fence, stop block and right angle fixture package sold separately.Enjoy precise alignment and repeatability on virtually any power tool in your shop, including router table, table saw, drill press and band saw.Includes box joint template and dovetail & corner post template. Simply set the jig to the color-coded reference marks and make your cuts. No math, no measurements, and no complicated setups.Features ultra precise and parallel steps of 1/32" over a full 8" range; micro adjustable to any position between fixed steps.With absolute positioning accuracy to .002" and repeatability to .001".Plastic body.Easy-to-follow DVD has more than one hour of instructions for setup, how to make dovetails, box joints and other common applications.Fence, stop block and right angle fixture package sold separately. Right angle fixture is made of solid aluminum with 15-ply wood runners. Fence and stop block are made of MDF with durable plastic laminate covering. Pre-drilled for quick and easy attachment to Incra jig.Router bits sold separately. The #91023 1/2" diameter dovetail bit and the #90462 3/8" straight bit provide most all of the dovetail and box cuts that you'll ever need to make.
Robust, well-balanced hardware 3X the weight of competing cutters and a sharp 4" diameter stainless steel blade make this kit a must have for pizza lovers. Simply make your own creative handle (not included) to complete your cutter with personalized flair. Kit includes a 5/16" threaded insert to attach the handle and to remove it for dishwasher cleaning. A 7/16'' drill bit is required for soft woods or a 1/2'' drill bit for hardwoods. Patent pending. Also available in a chrome finish.See our complete line of Turning Stock to complete your project. Methods to consider for installing the threaded insert are:Use the pizza cutter/bottle opener mandrel (#43469 Sold Separately) and chuck in your drill press. Tighten the two nuts on the insert so it won't spin on the bolt. After the pilot hole is drilled in the stock, clamp your stock with a handscrew or a drill press vise and manually turn the drill press chuck to drive the insert into the stock. Safety Tip: MAKE SURE DRILL PRESS IS UNPLUGGED. The drill press will keep the insert square to the stock as it is threaded in. We also recommend using beeswax, screw lube, or even soap to lubricate the threads on the insert. This process can also be done on a lathe using a three jaw chuck in the tailstock to manually feed the insert into the stock. And finally, if you're using acrylics for your handle, we have found that heating the insert before installing it makes it go in like a hot knife in butter.