Five-star knobs are the true Lincolns of jig knobs. With their rounded edges, comfortable finger holds and smooth finish, they're extremely easy on the hands and provide plenty of torque for use as jig knobs on fixtures, router tables, drill presses and more. These 5-Star Knobs are available with a through-hole and threaded insert for use with a T-bolt and T-slot or T-track, or with a 1" threaded stud. Choose from three different threadings.
Upward spiral is perfect for ejecting chips from mortises. It's also the ideal bit for pattern routing because when using a guide bushing the best face goes down and templates are attached to the top side. 1/2" shank.Application: Cutting mortises and routing deep blind holes Freud's solid carbide up spiral bits combine effective chip removal with a cut that can't be matched by standard straight bits. Ideal for production settings.Excellent for grooves and dadoes in all composite materials, plywoods, hardwoods and softwoods.Use on CNC and other automatic routers as well as hand-held and table-mounted portable routers.
For use on virtually any router table with a standard 3/4" miter slot, this jig features a smooth-sliding backer sled and three precision-machined aluminum indexing keys to give you air-tight joints with either 1/4", 3/8" or 1/2" spacing. Works with stock up to 3/4" thick. For compatibility, the near edge of your table's miter track must be between 4-1/2" and 6-1/4" from the center of the bit.Stable MDF platform has low-friction melamine coating for added durability and easy cleanup.ABS plastic backer sled provides ample support, and is also predrilled for a sacrificial faceEasy-grip knobs lock platform into miter slotPlatform measures 10-3/4" x 12-3/8" x 1/2"Includes all necessary mounting hardwareThe jig requires a straight router bit to match the size of the indexing key.Up-cut spiral bits deliver the cleanest cuts and prevent blowout.
Getting a look of sophistication can sometimes be simpler than you ever imagined. The distinctive lines of this bed frame were achieved using basic joinery and one primary tool, the router. We've combined styles here as well as two wood species to add even more flair to this project.