Create the look of hand-cut dovetails on stock up to 24" wide with your router and the Leigh D4R Pro Dovetail Jig. The D4R features adjustable guide fingers, freeing you from the need to dimension your workpiece to suit the jig and providing infinite options for pin and tail width and spacing. Whatever the width of your stock, you can get a half-pin on the top and the bottom and custom spacing in between, meaning that you're never limited to repetitive, obviously machine-made joints. The D4R can handle boards up to 24" wide and 1-1/4" thick and comes with three cutters, cam-action speed clamps, crosscut bar, angled side stop, screwdriver, all mounting hardware, 160-page user guide and instructional DVD. Router with a 1/2" collet required. What's Included:Leigh D4R Dovetail Jig 1/2" x 8° and 1/2" x 14° dovetail cutters (8mm shanks) 5/16" x 1" straight cutter (8mm shank) 1/2" to 8mm collet reducer 7/16" O.D. guide bushing 160-page manual Instructional DVD
With a full 2" of carbide, this bit is ideally suited for trimming thick entry doors, interior doors and countertops. It features a top-mounted guide bearing, which lets you use templates on the top side. This means better visibility when hand-holding the router. The bit is 3/4" in diameter, and features two flutes for efficient chip removal.
This larger base works with the Ellipse/Circle Router Jig for more design flexibility and ellipses with narrower proportions. The larger size increases the maximum difference between the major and minor axes from 8" to 14". In other words, the maximum length of the major axis remains 52", but the minor axis can be up to 14" shorter than with the standard base.Base includes 2 extra dovetail keys with pivot pins.Made of solid phenolic for easy sliding.
Intricate solid wood inlays with delicate geometric patterns. Great for adding a decorative touch to jewelry boxes, table tops, picture frames and more. Inlay bandings are easy to apply. Simply rout out a groove with a straight router bit, glue in the banding, sand lightly, and seal. Note: Dimensions are nominal and should be measured before routing the recess for installation.